Can the co-living market become a new revenue stream for agents?

Co-living is about small spaces, but for astute real estate agents across the United States it may also represent a huge, largely untapped opportunity.

Affluent buyers outnumber sellers

Nearly 40 percent of high-net-worth individuals are ready to buy in the next three years while 23 percent are looking to sell, according to a new report.

Cadre unveils a new market for trading shares of commercial buildings

Called Cadre Secondary Markets, the exchange lets accredited investors who own slices of commercial buildings sell their stakes to other investors, potentially bringing new liquidity to the commercial real estate market and enticing more wealthy indivi…

3 ways real estate agents can help renters become homeowners

Here’s how three real estate agents in three distinct markets — New York City, Chicago and Fargo — are helping renters make their dreams come true.

Lesson Learned: Go with the flow, and be willing to take risks

In this Monday column, Christy Murdock Edgar asks agents across the nation to share the lessons they’ve learned during their time in the industry. This week, the “Financial Guru of Real Estate” Sharon White Blouse.

Growing number of millionaires spurs demand for luxury agents

The number of millionaires in the U.S. skyrocketed to 32 million in 2018 while those with more than $500 million shot up to 1,770, according to a new study.

Former Ataris bass player admits to running $27M real estate scam

The former bass player for the Ataris has admitted to running a real estate scam that defrauded more than 100,000 people out of $27 million.

Why SoftBank is betting big on Opendoor, Compass and real estate tech

On the heels of its combined $800 million in funding for Opendoor and Compass, SoftBank sees opportunities to build successful, profitable, disruptive new businesses that leverage technology across the entire real estate supply chain.

Real estate guru who defrauded investors to bankroll slasher flick and fleet of Ferraris found guilty

Following three days of deliberation, Rick Koerber, who at one time held $7,000 real estate seminars, was found guilty on 15 counts of fraud.

Real estate’s new disruptors: The ‘PayPal Mafia’

A group of hard-charging, investor-entrepreneurs who have built some of the world’s most iconic tech companies have launched a multi-pronged assault on the real estate industry.