More Canadian listings on deck as Zillow partners with Arizona firm

As part of the new partnership, Realty Executives International will publish listings from its Canadian franchise on Zillow.

21 inspiring real estate Instagram accounts you should follow today

We’ve put together this list of the best real estate Instagram accounts to follow for a daily stream of interesting real estate content at your fingertips.

Immigrant homeowners not deterred by high prices

The analysis found that cities like San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Jose host some of the country’s largest immigrant homeownership rates at 17.9 percent, 18.3 percent and 24.8 percent, respectively. Those locations also had some of the highest home…

Constellation acquires Baynet World

CREG sought Baynet as a natural evolution in its effort to consolidate technology solutions for real estate professionals under a single brand.

Rent-to-own startup Divvy Homes raises $30M to expand in Ohio, Tennessee and Georgia

Divvy Homes, a real estate startup that allows would-be homeowners to pay a portion of rent while investing equity, has raised $30 million in Series A funding for its rent-to-own platform.

Matterport sues rival GeoCV in 3D home tour showdown

Matterport is suing GeoCV for infringing on the patent that guards its 3D home tour technology, the company confirmed to Inman on Thursday.

News Corp. finalizes $210M acquisition of Opcity

News Corp. subsidiary and operator Move Inc. has finalized the acquisition of Opcity, a real estate lead generation technology platform.

Nextdoor appoints new CEO Sarah Friar, previously from Square

Former Square chief financial officer Sarah Friar is joining neighborhood-based social network Nextdoor as its new chief executive officer.

Agent uses Facebook to track down thief who stole client’s family heirlooms at open house

When broker Haley Larson got a tearful call about her client’s family jewelry going missing, she knew she had to do something.

Zillow: Most Americans would rather renovate than move

To stay or go, that is the question. Turns out, most Americans would rather fix up their current home than move, according to a new study from Zillow.