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Realogy’s NRT appoints new SVP and CFO, Roger Favano

Realogy’s NRT appoints new SVP and CFO, Roger Favano

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After several announcements earlier this year about movement in Realogy’s executive suite, the real estate giant had been largely quiet about any hiring announcements. But clearly Realogy is still tweaking its all-star lineup …

$1M neighborhoods on the rise in coastal metros: Zillow

$1M neighborhoods on the rise in coastal metros: Zillow

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Since 2014, the U.S. has gained 346 new $1 million neighborhoods, which can be a good thing — or a not-so-good thing, depending on how you look at it. According to Zillow, nearly one in 20 residential ZIP codes fall into this category because 10 percent of the homes in the area are worth $1 million or more …

Brokerage moneyball: Trusting data over your gut

Brokerage moneyball: Trusting data over your gut

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The real estate marketplace is changing, and quickly. What were once outstanding ideas may have outgrown their usefulness. But how do you know …

NAR CEO Bob Goldberg: Disrupters aren’t ‘the bogeyman’

NAR CEO Bob Goldberg: Disrupters aren’t ‘the bogeyman’

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Realtors can be a fearful lot, seeing threats in new technologies and new business models that might change the way they do business. The National Association of Realtors (NAR) has in some ways encouraged this mindset, often disparaging companies such as real estate tech giant Zillow Group. But new NAR CEO Bob Goldberg, who is determined to paint himself as a change agent, is striking a more inclusive tone at the beginning of his tenure. In an interview with Inman, Goldberg said those thought of as “disrupters” should be invited into the “tent” of organized real estate in the hopes of turning them into Realtor advocates …