Keller Williams is allegedly partnering with video animation startup MashMe for its virtual expansion brokerages, according to a source with knowledge of the situation and leaked audio of a two-hour talk on technology led by Keller Williams CEO Gary Keller on Friday.
The New York City Mayor’s Office of Special Enforcement filed a lawsuit Monday against a Manhattan-based brokerage and property management firm, accusing it of converting units at least five properties it manages or owns into illegal short-term rentals, including an entire building in East Harlem.
Co-living company Quarters has raised $300 million to grow its presence in the U.S. in what the company is touting as the single largest investment in co-living in the nation.
Rick Knudsen, who won $180 million in California's Mega Millions lottery, is selling his luxurious mountain estate for $26 million.
Knock was founded in 2015 by Sean Black and Jamie Glenn, both also co-founders of Trulia, and Karan Sakhuja. Consumers using the company's trade-in program pay a traditional 6 percent commission to the company. Homeowners also have to pay closing costs and other expenses such as appraisals.
A national consumer watchdog is calling for states to ban dual agency and make agency disclosures less confusing, according to a report released Monday.
"Realtors need to be more of an advisor, really understand the market and understand cycles, and understand how to assist their clients."
"Even with all these market fluctuations, agents and brokers are still valuing personal development and investing in their learning," Lance said.