Suitey rebrands as ‘Triple Mint'; gets $1.65M in seed funding to take the pain out of buying


TripleMint, a New York City-based startup aiming to take the pain out of buying, selling and renting an apartment, has raised $1.65 million in seed funding.

Memphis Q1 real estate data confirms city is a seller’s market


First quarter residential real estate data for Memphis, Shelby County, Fayette County, and Tipton County has been released by the Memphis Area Association of Realtors, and the results are a little mixed.

NAHB economists bet on 2016 as “standout year”


The housing recovery is likely to surge next year, as solid employment gains, low mortgage rates, and pent-up demand set the stage this year launches new app “Realy Safe” to keep agents safe


Today marks the release of Realy Safe, a proactive app designed with the purpose of maximizing real estate agent security while in the field

New walkability index helps determine commercial property value


A new index out this month seeks to measure the walkability of commercial sectors to help better determine value and potential investment opportunities.

NAR sponsors 7 new real estate tech startups


The National Association of Realtors’ strategic investment arm, Second Century Ventures, unveiled the seven companies that will make up this year’s REach class. The chosen organizations will benefit from the technology accelerator program throughout the year.

It’s time to make sure your site is ‘mobile friendly’


If your site isn’t optimized and easy to use for mobile users, it will likely get less traffic and go down in the search rankings when people use their mobile devices.

New Apple Watch real estate listings app sparks excitement


Even the real estate industry is excited with the Apple Watch release this April 24 because an Apple Watch app linked to real estate listings will be simultaneously released on that date as well.

The future of real estate in a hi-tech world

Future real estate

Many believe that the future of real estate marketing is quite grim for real estate agents and it is quite hard to argue with that.

Best & worst trees to sell a home


Trees are important to buyers. According to NAR’s 2013 Profile of Buyers’ Home Feature Preferences, 17 percent of buyers rank a wooded lot/many trees as “very important” features to find in their next home.