For years, our industry has fervently debated who really pays the commission — the buyer or the seller. This debate turned up at the final session of Inman Disconnect, where one attendee argued that it's the buyers who actually pay the commission because it's embedded in the purchase price. Here's why this argument is wrong.
Counselor Realty isn't a true cooperative, but it operates a lot like one. Almost 100 of the company’s agents are shareholder-partners, and they love it. Here, Andy Barns and Nick Dreher, the company's CEO and director of growth, respectively, share more about this unusual brokerage model.
Keller Williams will launch an iBuying program next month in Texas and plans to expand that program to as many as eight metro areas by the end of the year.
Maroon 5 lead singer Adam Levine has just put his extravagant Beverly Hills estate on the market for a whopping $47.5 million.
Zillow is suing Compass because it worries about anybody who is focused on using technology to reduce the time, stress and uncertainty it takes to buy and sell properties.
Existing-home sales fell 4.9 percent in March to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.21 million, according to data from the National Association of Realtors.