iList makes agents obsolete with new listings model



An innovative new company called iList announced a unique real estate model that will completely transform the way homeowners sell their homes.

HerbFront is the 1st real estate listings portal for weed growers



Dozens of states in the U.S. have made it legal to grow and consumer cannabis, either for medicinal or recreational use, leading to the creation of a thriving startup scene around the burgeoning industry, particularly in the state of Colorado.

Why Buying Property With A Real Estate Agent Is A Blessing?



As a homebuyer, especially as a first-time buyer, you must be skeptical about going for broke with your hard-earned money.

Americans rate real estate as top investment



Americans are showing greater confidence in real estate as an investment, according to a new survey from Bankrate. The poll shows around one quarter of Americans cite real estate as their top choice for a long-term investment.

Time to boost your Google appeal!



What with Google having such a stranglehold over the world wide web, it’s more important than ever for professionals to create a strong online identity that’s clearly visible in its search results.

Quigler app revolutionizes transparency in real estate transactions



Technology has helped to smooth the real estate transaction process in many ways, what with new tools for agents that let them easily upload and market homes on the web, and various applications for consumers to help them in their home search.

Shutterstock unveils new AI-based keyword suggestion tool for iOS



Image provider Shutterstock Inc. has jumped on the machine learning bandwagon with the release of a new keyword suggestion tool on iOS that’s aimed at contributors.

Brexit has not had a major impact on U.S. mortgage rates, so far



Research firms are predicting that Brexit will have little impact on the U.S. housing market, and will not lead to a lowering of mortgage rates.

Low income earners struggling to pay off their mortgages



People with low incomes spend nearly 23 percent of their income on monthly mortgage payments, compared to high-income earners, who spend 11.5 percent of their income on monthly house payments, according to a new Zillow analysis.

Ubiq’s new wireless meeting solution aims to eliminate lost hours



Wireless collaboration vendor Ubiq is hoping to revolutionize meeting spaces with a new solution that can be plugged into any TV or projector, allowing users to carry out presentations securely and wirelessly in under a second.