2018 bathroom trends revealed
Removing bathtubs and adding new faucets were popular changes this year, as Baby Boomers led the way in renovating their restrooms
Purplebricks unveils new logo — what do you think?
The U.K.-based flat-fee brokerage Purplebricks has unveiled its brand new logo -- the company name inside an open purple square.
The serious housing issues baby boomers are facing
The largest share of baby boomers are a decade away from moving past age 65 and into their very senior years. Nevertheless, time in running out to prepare for their housing, financial, social and medical needs, according to a new report from the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies.
Introducing The 2018 Inman Luxury Referral Network
Introducing an interactive directory of the best and brightest agents in luxury real estate, specifically designed to connect you to other top-producing agents and generate more referrals for your business.
Realogy executive’s missing son found safe
Nicolai Kolding, currently the broker of record at National Real Estate Referral Group and a long-time Realogy executive, has enlisted the public’s help in finding his son after 15-year-old Thomas Kolding left home and failed to return on Oct. 30.
Top SF brokerages partner to share buyer information
Eight of the Bay Area’s top real estate brokerages are partnering to share anonymous buyer data with the help of real estate tech startup RealScout.
Home insurance startup Hippo raises $70M
Hippo, a startup offering online home insurance quotes, has raised $70 million in a funding round led by Felicis Ventures and Lennar Corporation.
The California Association of Realtors is raising money for members impacted by wildfires
C.A.R. is collecting donations that it plans to distribute to members who have lost their homes or other property in the state's ongoing wildfires.
Redfin introduces all-digital home closings
Jason Bateman, head of Redfin Mortgage, told Inman the company anticipates that 10 percent of its November closings will ultimately be all-digital, with that number growing as more customers learn of the option.
Vacasa now offers short-term apartment rentals in cities
In an announcement today, the company unveiled a new service called Vacasa Multifamily that will provide short-term rental management in cities. Property managers and developers using the service will be able to turn their urban units over to the company, which will then handle things like booking rentals, cleaning and marketing.