Redfin brings back 14% of furloughed employees

The tech-centric brokerage had furloughed 41 percent of its agents amid the economic woes of the coronavirus pandemic.

These 15 markets are poised to become the next iBuying hotspots

A change in FDIC regulations will make it easier for iBuyers to enter markets in the North and South, according to home-value data platform Ownerly.

End-to-end times: How the all-in-1 platform became the holy grail

Companies both old and new are racing to build platforms that handle more of the real estate transaction. Agents will have to adapt to survive.

Redfin blows away expectations, posts $233M in revenue

The company’s revenue jumped a whopping 88 percent year-over-year during the final three months of 2019. Here are some key stats worth paying attention to.

HomeLight to help buyers make all-cash offers, trade in homes

The new Cash Close product is meant to make consumers more nimble and competitive and is the latest turn in HomeLight’s evolution as a transaction streamlining company.

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.

Redfin beats expectations, posts $239M in revenue for Q3 2019

The latest earnings report comes as the tech-oriented brokerage steadily expands programs such as RedfinNow and Redfin Direct, which could upend how consumers engage with real estate.

Redfin launches in new markets in Tennessee, Georgia, Kentucky

Consumers in Savannah, Chattanooga and Northern Kentucky will now be able to search for homes on Redfin.com as well as use the brokerage’s agents.

Redfin experiences ‘turning point,’ beats expectations with $197.8M in revenue

CEO Glenn Kelman said Thursday that Redfin’s various ventures that touch on iBuying, mortgage and title services are entering a “more aggressive phase of market expansion.”

Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman on Zillow, iBuyers and more

Describing Zillow as “Godzilla,” Kelman also conceded that Redfin’s iBuying program will never grow to 50 percent of the market.