Monthly Archives: March 2014

@properties revamps website with Chicago neighborhood focus

Chicago-based @properties has redesigned its website with enhanced neighborhood info and a streamlined search platform that allows consumers to search for homes by the school attendance boundaries they [..]

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Re/Max consumer mobile apps get agent-branded search

With the help of its technology partner, Re/Max has updated its iOS and Android consumer mobile apps to provide an agent-branded search feature, integration of saved mobile [..]

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All-cash sales may be ‘moderating’

Of all the transactions conducted by real estate brokerage ZipRealty in 2012 and 2013, a quarter of them were all-cash deals, the brokerage announced today. But data from [..]

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Technology hasn’t made real estate better because it hasn’t tried

Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman has a simple, if surprising, answer to the question of why technology hasn’t made real estate better: it mostly hasn’t tried. While real estate [..]

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Google’s mobile prototype can create 3-D real estate models

As part of Google’s Project Tango, the search giant has built a prototype of a mobile device that could have huge implications for real estate and home improvement, [..]

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TheRedPin’s playbook for getting real mileage out of educational content

Distributing educational content can help you earn the confidence of potential clients. But it also can cost significant time or money to obtain. So if you’re going to [..]

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What if Zillow just wants to be

The real estate internet portal world has entered blood sport season. While the last few years of industry conferences featured panels of portal executives with some witty back-and-forth [..]

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Lawsuit alleges Redfin tried to cancel ex-employees’ shares before upcoming IPO

Two of Redfin’s earliest employees have filed suit against the company, alleging that the company is trying to wipe out their shares in anticipation of an initial public [..]

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MRIS subsidiary RealEstate Business Intelligence rolls out housing stats by city, subdivision

RealEstate Business Intelligence, a subsidiary of one of the largest multiple listing services in the nation, has rolled out housing statistics for more than 8,000 cities and subdivisions [..]

Central Valley Real Estate News serving up info on U.S., Australian properties to Chinese buyers

A new overseas property website just launched in China claims to be the first to concentrate on Australia and the United States. The Chinese-language site,, aims to [..]

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