By Inman Which U.S. cities have the highest rates of millennial homeownership, and which are the top-ranked walking municipalities? Do you know how much data was lost this year, or how much
By Irvine Renter
In order to prevent foreclosures and theft of taxpayer money through bailouts, mortgage equity withdrawal should be limited and regulated.
I don’t like government paternalism. When Ronald Reagan came to
By Jonathan Aizen It was October 2010, and the online marketing industry was experiencing a renaissance of sorts. Tasks that were once performed with phone, fax and spreadsheet were beginning to incorporate automated
By Paul Hagey Dallas-based Ebby Halliday Real Estate Inc. has expanded its massive North Texas footprint with the acquisition of luxury boutique brokerage Williams Trew Real Estate. With the acquisition of the Fort
By Inman They’re the men and women behind today’s rock-star Realtors. With names like “Ferry,” these real estate gurus promise to transform average performers into top-producing superstars for a price that ranges
By drhousingbubble Who doesn’t like a good deal when it comes to buying real estate? Since some people believe every area in L.A. County is undergoing ubiquitous gentrification I wanted to throw
By Andrea V. Brambila When it came to developing a tool to boost agent safety, mobile real estate software company Homesnap had two challenges. First, it had to overcome complacency by creating something agents
By Jane Yu Healthcare-focused venture capital firm Versant Ventures has raised $305 million for its latest fund.
By Brittany Morris A new website that aims to help homebuyers discover the home of their dreams using a Pinterest-like interface could be off to a rocky launch, as it depends on pinboards
By Kenneth Jenny In my opinion, the biggest industry challenge comes from the inside. I think we all need to take a lesson from an old Michael Jackson song called “The Man in