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Existing-home sales drop in March as high rates stun homebuyers

Existing-home sales retreated 4.3 percent between February and March to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.19 million, according to data released ... [ Read More » ]

Weeklong BoomTown outage was caused by hackers, CEO confirms

On Wednesday, executives told customers that a "security incident involving a malicious third party" caused the outage that has disrupted thousands of... [ Read More » ]

Nimble powers up prospecting with PhoneBurner

Nimble, a CRM company, has integrated the features of phone call automation company PhoneBurner to enhance how users stay in touch with clients.... [ Read More » ]

2 buyers scramble to make a deal as the spring market sprints ahead

One Connecticut homebuyer is preparing for marriage. Another in Virginia is healing from a divorce. Both tell Inman the struggle to find a home this s... [ Read More » ]

Broker Spotlight: Karen Hanson, Engel & Völkers By the Sea

Find out how this award-winning broker combines culture, collaboration and commitment to elevate the profession.... [ Read More » ]

Teams Spotlight: Andrew Warburton, The Warburton Team

Find out how team leader Andrew Warburton and The Warburton Team promote the ideal of homeownership for everyone.... [ Read More » ]

Still standing: Realtor resilience for challenging times

Need a pep talk? Coach Darryl Davis offers a little wisdom to help you remember your value and navigate the difficult waters of client service.... [ Read More » ]

Industry gets some clarity on mortgage commission rules

Fannie, Freddie and FHA say sellers can continue to pay the buyer's agent's commission. But it remains to be seen if buyers will be allowed to finance... [ Read More » ]

Ex-HGTV star convicted of fraud sentenced to 4 years in prison

Charles "Todd" Hill, 58, starred on "Flip It to Win It" in 2013. He has been ordered to pay $9.4 million in restitution for committing real estate fra... [ Read More » ]

Homebuyers rush to lock as mortgage rates hit new 2024 highs

Rates for conforming loans pushed through 7 percent last week and continue to rise, as latest inflation data dims prospects that Fed will ease in June... [ Read More » ]