Zillow, Inc. (NASDAQ: Z), the leading real estate information marketplace, today announced that 33 real estate brokerages, in addition to the 15 original partners, will participate in Zillow Pro for Brokers™. The program, which is in the beta version, now includes 48 brokerages from across the country.
You obsess on product, tweaking it to perfection. You slave over your service, honing it to deliver a razor sharp slice of delight. You market your goods, crafting the most inviting offer.You think you’ve nailed the customer experience. Not so fast Timmy.
Siegel Enterprises, founded by Stu Siegel, has recently acquired ISS Hockey, a hockey scouting company that collects data on children and prospects ages 14-19. But before this former CEO of the Florida Panthers got into the scouting sector of hockey, he was a CEO of several technology-based real estate companies.
Lender Processing Services, Inc. (NYSE: LPS), a leading provider of integrated technology, data and analytics to the mortgage and real estate industries, today announced that Georgia Multiple Listing Service (GAMLS) successfully launched LPS' new reInsight MLS™ to its more than 25,000 members.
What’s 2013 hold in store for the housing market? According to Lawrence Yun, chief economist for the National Association of REALTORS®, inflation will increase as much as 6 percent. Among the reasons: Payroll taxes will increase 2 percent as the result of expiring payroll tax cuts, rents will rise due to a lack of housing stock and median home prices will edge up, too.
The housing market recovery should continue through the coming years, assuming there are no further limitations on the availability of mortgage credit or a "fiscal cliff," according to forecast presentations at a residential forum here at the 2012...
Mortgage insurers have agreed to forego prior approval on short sales and deeds-in-lieu of foreclosure for mortgage loans backed or owned by the government-sponsored enterprises, Freddie Mac announced Oct. 31.
For the third quarter, Fannie Mae earned $1.8 billion in net income, compared with its net loss of $5.1 billion a year prior. The government-sponsored enterprise expects to report annual net income for the first time since 2006.
Donuts, backed by more than $100 million in venture capital, is spending $56 million to bid for 307 of the 1,400 new so-called generic top-level domain names, or TLDs, that will shape how the Web will soon evolve.