Gary Keller bashes rival eXp’s virtual world as ‘old gaming technology’
Keller Williams is allegedly partnering with video animation startup MashMe for its virtual expansion brokerages, according to a source with knowledge of the situation and leaked audio of a two-hour talk on technology led by Keller Williams CEO Gary Keller on Friday.
NYC mayor sues Manhattan brokerage over allegedly illegal short-term rentals
The New York City Mayor’s Office of Special Enforcement filed a lawsuit Monday against a Manhattan-based brokerage and property management firm, accusing it of converting units at least five properties it manages or owns into illegal short-term rentals, including an entire building in East Harlem.
Co-living firm gets $300M funding boost to grow in US
Co-living company Quarters has raised $300 million to grow its presence in the U.S. in what the company is touting as the single largest investment in co-living in the nation.
Trulia hires a new chief economist
Issi Romem previously worked as the chief economist at contractor search portal BuildZoom and is also a fellow at Terner Center for Housing Innovation, a part of the University of California, Berkeley.
A Mega Millions lottery winner is selling his estate for $26M
Rick Knudsen, who won $180 million in California's Mega Millions lottery, is selling his luxurious mountain estate for $26 million.