iBuyers bounce back as COVID-19 continues



The so-called iBuying industry is facing its biggest challenge yet in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, and it has responded by purchasing fewer homes than it has done in the last three years, according to research by Redfin. iBuying giants including Opendoor and Zillow Offers largely stopped making instant cash offers on homes when […]

Inside Real Estate’s Ned Stringham Talks AI, Lead Generation, and More



A Q&A with Ned Stringham, who’s the CEO of the top real estate SaaS solution for brokerages, Inside Real Estate.

Report: A growing divide emerges in the housing market



There’s a growing divide in real estate, with some home shoppers fortunate enough to be able to buy newer and bigger homes, while others who have experienced job losses face losing their current home. The U.S. unemployment rate grew to 8.4% in August, and many Americans have been left struggling to pay their mortgages or […]

NAR calls for emergency rental assistance for struggling landlords



The National Association of Realtors is calling for landlords to receive emergency rental assistance to help them cover their costs during the coronavirus pandemic. The call comes after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention called on a 1944 public health law that was created to help prevent the spread of dangerous illnesses, to justify […]

Go-To Experts: Kris Lindahl Talks About the COVID-19 Wolf At the Door



Realty Biz News talks with Kris Lindahl about the pitfalls and possibilities of a post-COVID-19 market.

Go-To Experts: The Brass Tacks of Marketing from Tracy McLaughlin



One of America’s most successful real estate agents, Tracy McLaughlin gives advice on property marketing during a COVID crisis.

Tenant groups become increasingly militant to prevent evictions



With moratoriums on evictions throughout the country starting to expire, tenant groups are stepping in to try and save people from losing their homes. Tenant organizers in South Central Los Angeles last week quickly organized a protest after a local landlord removed one resident’s belongings following their eviction. The landlord had changed the locks on […]

New York can now revoke licenses from real estate pros that discriminate



New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Monday signed into law new legislation that makes it possible for the state to revoke real estate licenses from agents and brokers who violate anti-discrimination laws. Cuomo said New York has “zero tolerance” for discrimination of any kind and that the “sheer scope and breadth of the unscrupulous and […]

Baseball fans flock to luxury rentals near ballparks



Baseball fans missing out on the action due to the coronavirus pandemic are taking desperate measures to get their fill by renting out apartments overlooking stadiums. Some of the units at the West Half luxury rental apartment complex in Washington D.C. for example have a great view of Nationals Park, home of the Washington Nationals, […]

Commercial real estate firm adds an infectious diseases specialist to its staff



Florida-based commercial real estate firm Crocker Partners has responded to the COVID-19 pandemic by creating a new position within its organization for a director of environmental health, to help it develop a program that’s designed to keep its employees healthy. Dr. Walter Okoroanyanwu, who is a medical professional with experience in infectious diseases, told the […]