Real Estate News
How two Realtors played Santa to their neighborhood senior center
With only a few weeks of planning, the two — who both work for Berkshire Hathaway Innovation Real Estate — reached out to friends and family to secure gift donations for the residents of ManorCare Health Services.
A Salem witch trials home finds new life 325 years later
The 4,253-square-foot Framingham, Massachusetts, estate was once home to Peter and Sarah Clayes, the latter of whom was accused of being a witch during the infamous 1692 Salem witch trials.
A Compass-Keller Williams merger? 7 wild predictions for 2019
Will Compass and Keller Williams join forces? What about Realogy and Opendoor? Will RE/MAX offer firearms training for Realtors? Buckle up for Rob Hahn’s wild industry predictions for 2019.
Home inventory tumbles at the end of 2018: Trulia
The number of homes listed on Trulia fell sharply in the past three months of 2018, according to the latest Inventory and Price Watch Report.
Tiny home manufacturer raises $48M in initial public offering
Texas-based Legacy Housing Corp. sold 4 million shares at $12 to raise funds for expansion into southern states.
Connect the Speakers: Neil Dholakia shares Keller Williams’ 2019 technology roadmap
"Agents who are in tune with current trends want systems in place to help them make better decisions and create better advice for buyers and sellers," Neil Dholakia said.
Connect the Speakers: Teacher of the Year Nathan Bowling on building relationships
"Building better relationships is not a luxury; it’s a necessity."
Homebuyer scammed out of fortune hired by title company
In a rare, happy twist, a homebuyer who lost his downpayment to scammers is whole again after a title company hired the man to discuss cyber security.
Missing California Realtor found dead following 5-day search
The California Realtor reported missing on Monday has been found dead in a remote county without suspicion of foul play, according to police.
Opendoor expands into new frontier for iBuyers
Opendoor plans to expand to Washington, D.C., next year, marking a significant push into the notoriously difficult-for-iBuyers East Coast market.