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marianne3 November 02, 2020
Zillow has cut 80 jobs from its home buying and selling business, despite its big bet on the burgeoning sector. The real estate giant doesn’t disclose how many of its 5,300 employees work for Zillow Offers.
marianne3 November 02, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic is changing the way apartment seekers are finding their new homes. In a time of social distancing, changes to the leasing process are inevitable to improve safety, convenience, and efficiency.
Lauren October 28, 2020
More lenders are starting to deliver a stern new message to delinquent mall owners: time to pay up. During the early months of the pandemic, lenders were willing to allow rent deferrals and offer other concessions to retai...
Lauren October 27, 2020
Dealpath, the real estate industry’s leading cloud-based deal management platform, is pleased to announce that the company is the Seventh Annual Real Estate Tech Awards (#RETAS) winner in the Investment Solutions category, presented by CREtech (
Lauren October 23, 2020

Welcome Homes, an NYC startup that claims to offer the first fully online home building, customization and purchasing experience, announced Tuesday it has officially launched thanks to a $5.35 million seed round led by Global Founders Capital.

marianne3 October 21, 2020
Building a new home from the ground up may get easier thanks to a New York City startup that’s bringing the entire process online. Welcome Homes, which officially launches this week, lets buyers choose a plot of land, select finishes for their new home and put down a deposit on the platform.
marianne3 October 21, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has hampered most co-living companies, Starcity CEO Jon Dishotsky said, but the pain has so far been much worse for some than others.
marianne3 October 21, 2020
At a time when the pandemic is tossing property values around like laundry in a washing machine, StreetEasy has launched a new tool to tell New Yorkers what their homes are worth.
marianne3 October 17, 2020

The allure of expensive ‘superstar cities’ such as New York, San Francisco and D.C. will remain strong, even as technology opens pathways to work pretty much anywhere.

marianne3 October 13, 2020
Real estate tech company Snapdocs today closed a $60 million funding round. According to a spokesperson, the proceeds will be put toward product development and expanding the company’s workforce.