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Coldwell Banker CEO to managing brokers: We must evolve or die

Coldwell Banker CEO to managing brokers: We must evolve or die


At the brokerage’s leadership summit in Chicago, company leaders Charlie Young and Ryan Gorman both spoke frankly about the challenges facing the 113-year-old brand, from Compass and Keller Williams to restructuring and rebranding efforts.

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Miami is classified as a ‘transit-desiring’ city. Here’s what that means.

Miami is classified as a ‘transit-desiring’ city. Here’s what that means.


In a report titled “Housing Market Conditions Across America’s Cities,” the National League of…

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Report predicts stable market, recession or no recession

Report predicts stable market, recession or no recession


Only 4 percent of mortgages in the U.S. were 30 days or more past…

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Realogy announces restructuring as CEO denies Compass rumors

Realogy announces restructuring as CEO denies Compass rumors


Realogy Holdings Group, parent company of brokerage brands like Coldwell Banker, Better Homes and…

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Trump administration walks fine line with Fannie and Freddie reform plan

Trump administration walks fine line with Fannie and Freddie reform plan


The long-anticipated vision of the future of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac provides the public with the first concrete roadmap for returning the two firms to full private ownership.

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Survey: Homeowners say buying a home makes them happier

Survey: Homeowners say buying a home makes them happier


Money can’t buy happiness, right? Well, maybe it can—as long as what it’s buying is a home.

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Ending a hot decade, apartment construction dips in 2019

Ending a hot decade, apartment construction dips in 2019


New national data on apartment construction shows activity slowing down in general, but features several cities with exceptional building activity.

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After two strong months, pending home sales slow

After two strong months, pending home sales slow


After two straight months of nationwide increases, the number of listings under contract by the end of July fell on a monthly basis.

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Why new construction isn’t easing Miami’s inventory problem

Why new construction isn’t easing Miami’s inventory problem


The homebuilder community has regularly offered a succinct answer to the reason for its industry’s sluggishness, generally calling out labor, lumber, laws and land as pain points. But some researchers are poking holes in their assertions of late.

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Why slowing home price growth is only part of the picture

Why slowing home price growth is only part of the picture


So far, recent declines in mortgage rates have mainly resulted in more refinancing activity — not in a surge in home sales.

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