The hottest housing market in the country is in an unlikely place

The month’s hottest housing market is not in San Francisco or Seattle — but rather in Midland, Texas, according to realtor.com’s latest market index report.

The endless battle for data control

The battle over listing syndication isn’t new, and the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors isn’t the first to flirt with ending automatic syndication.

Inman announces the first round of sponsors for ICNY19

Tallahassee, Fla. (Nov. 29, 2018) – Inman Group® announced the first 23 companies that will be sponsoring Inman Connect New York, Jan. 28-Feb. 1, 2019.

New home sales fall to 2-year low

New residential home sales dropped 8.9 percent in October, falling to a new two-year low, according to a new residential sales report released Wednesday.

Why 2019 won’t bring about more affordable homes

Though the market will be tough for buyers, those who can stay in the market will face less competition and fewer bidding wars. Sellers will still profit, but less than in the recent past.

California fire destroyed 18 months of listing inventory

As of Oct. 2018, there were only 858 properties on the market in Butte County, and the loss of more than 12,000 residences will result in an unstable local housing market for years to come.

Worst holiday mistake? Taking listings off the market

Real estate agents who work through the holidays can get an edge on their competition and score a major sale.

News Corp. appoints new president of global digital real estate

Tracey Fellows, who led Melbourne-based, News Corp.-owned REA Group for four years, will now oversee all of the corporation’s digital real estate services, including Move, Inc., and REA Group, which includes iProperty in Asia and PropTiger and Housing….

Latest fad? Tossing out the furniture

Forget feng shui — increasingly, homeowners are choosing to toss out their furniture altogether.

Latest fad? Tossing out the furniture

Forget feng shui — increasingly, homeowners are choosing to toss out their furniture altogether.