Former Century 21 CEO Nick Bailey rejoins RE/MAX

Former president and CEO of Century 21 Real Estate Nick Bailey is rejoining RE/MAX as its chief customer officer, a position where he’ll be tasked with overseeing new business growth, brokerage support, franchise sales, professional development, international expansion and industry relations. Bailey had previously spent more than a decade at the RE/MAX World Headquarters during

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Realtor.com CEO Ryan O’Hara steps down

Ryan O’Hara is stepping down from his role as CEO of Move Inc., the company that operates the realtor.com website, after four years. The company says it’s now searching for a successor to O’Hara, who has led it since January 2015. “Ryan has transformed realtor.com, overseeing a period of remarkable growth, with revenues more than

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Zillow names Rich Barton as its new CEO

Zillow is replacing its Chief Executive Officer Spencer Rascoff with its cofounder and former CEO Rich Barton.

Toll Brothers CEO says delaying marriage could help housing

Americans are waiting longer before they get married, and that has led some housing industry experts to predict that this will lead to a delay in homeownership. But the Chief Executive of Toll Brothers, Douglas C. Yearley, begs to differ

The NAR appoints Bob Goldberg as its next CEO

The National Association of Realtors has named Bob Goldberg as its next Chief Executive Officer

Finlay Management Names Jeff Goldshine New President

Finlay Management Inc. announced this week that it has named real estate veteren Jeff Goldshine as its new president. Goldshine brings with him 35 years of experience and a career that includes the management of over 60,000 units. Chris Finlay, past president and company founder, announced the appointment of Goldshine. Mr. Finlay will stay with

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Neo-Realtors Vs Stone Age Decision Maker

You’re real estate sales have slumped by more than half. You tried hooking up with buyers via Twitter, but somehow those 200 followers just never bit. Facebook flopped, G+? That sounds like another Twitter only with a shorter name. Does this sound familiar? You could be a dying breed if it does.

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