Corcoran continues Florida growth, expands into panhandle

Hilary & Reverie and 30A Realty are both affiliating with Corcoran, giving the brand a new 80-agent franchise in Northwest Florida.

Real estate leaders reveal their vulnerabilities

At this time, many of us are more willing to be vulnerable — letting our guard down is actually helping us get through this.

HomeServices of America is once again the top real estate brokerage

HomeServices of America topped the annual Real Trends 500, edging out the Realogy Brokerage Group for the top spot in 2019 transaction sides.

Goodbye NRT, hello Realogy Brokerage Group

Realogy is changing the name of its company-owned brokerage to Realogy Brokerage Group, but Realogy Franchise Group will retain its name.

‘This is not an unhappy ending’: Mark Choey on life after Climb

Climb co-founder Mike Choey reflects on how the firm grew from two guys in a loft to a top national brokerage before being shuttered earlier this year.

From indie to Realogy acquisition, how Climb Real Estate almost didn’t happen

Climb Real Estate Co-Founder Mark Choey shares the behind-the-scenes story of how he and Chris Lim built the vibrant indie brokerage and ultimately made the decision to sell to Realogy plus what they learned and where they’re headed next.

Goodbye Climb, a unique brokerage lost to a cookie-cutter industry

Inman Columnist Troy Palmquist mourns the loss of Climb, an ambitious indie brokerage founded in San Francisco.

Here’s how Realogy’s reshuffled product team approaches tech

In 2020, the company is focused on the next generation of intelligent products, built on the back of its massive scale of data.

This was the year — and decade — of big money in real estate

Both 2019 and the decade leading to it were dominated by disruption. And the thing fueling that disruption was a whole lot of cash.

Agents ensnared in ‘Newsday’ investigation boycott housing discrimination hearing

NRT CEO Ryan Gorman was the only one of 68 agents and company representatives to show at New York State Senate hearing in the wake of the “Newsday” fair housing investigation.