Agent killed while trying to evict tenants from building he managed

Police arrested three people in connection with the death of a real estate agent who was shot and killed while trying to evict tenants from an apartment.

A €1 home in an Italian paradise? Sure, but there’s a catch

If you have just one euro — roughly $1.14 — you can own a home in the Sicilian city of Sambuca — but there’s one major catch.

The real estate industry gets in on the 10-year challenge

As part of the “10-Year Challenge,” celebs and regular people alike are posting contrasting posts of themselves in 2009 and 2019 all over social media.

Howard Hanna lets buyers shop with pre-locked mortgage rates

The program stands in stark contrast to the way most loans work, which typically require a borrower to have a contract already in place before they can lock in an interest rate.

Offerpad launches in Houston, eyes further expansion

That marks the Arizona-headquartered Offerpad’s second operational market in Texas and 10th across the U.S. At the moment, Offerpad also operates in Phoenix, Atlanta, Tampa, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, Charlotte, Tucson, Orlando and Los Angeles.

Redfin invests in tech-enabled contracting startup Pro.com

Pro.com announced a new $33 million round of funding, saying the infusion would fuel rapid expansion into new markets over the coming years.

400,000 fewer young people are buying homes due to student debt

The rise in student debt — which more than doubled from 2005 to 2014 — has resulted in hundreds of thousands of fewer young people owning a home, according to a new study from the Federal Reserve.

Hide out from the world in this real-life hobbit house

“Lord of the Rings” fans can rejoice — a real-life hobbit house from the forests of Wisconsin has hit the market for $275,000.

READ: Ex-Keller Williams CEO John Davis’ open letter

Former Keller Williams CEO John Davis insisted in an open letter to Inman that he resigned from the real estate franchise last week and was not fired.

Shutdown prompts Fannie Mae to tweak lender requirements

As the government shutdown drags on with no end in sight, Fannie Mae is tweaking its lending requirements to accommodate people who aren’t currently getting paychecks and whose bosses aren’t around to confirm their employment.