Redfin

Breaking: Redfin Furloughs 41 Percent of Salaried Agents

By Candy Evans / April 7, 2020 / 0 Comments

The company chose to furlough agents instead of laying off in order to benefit from the $2 trillion CARES Act stimulus. Seattle-based Redfin, one of the very first disruptive brokerages to set the scene for upending the traditional brokerage model, announced Tuesday that it will furlough 41 percent of its agents, totaling nearly 600 people, […]

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Redfin Launches Redfin Direct in Texas, Chris Kelly and Mike Delprete Weigh In

By Candy Evans / October 18, 2019 / 0 Comments

Redfin, the Seattle-based brokerage that launched as a disruptor, has brought it’s Redfin Direct service to Texas. Announced publicly last week, Redfin Direct soft-launched two weeks ago and already has active participants. Redfin Direct gives real estate buyers in Dallas, Houston, Austin, and San Antonio the ability to make direct, online offers on Redfin-listed homes without […]

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On the Rocks: RE/MAX Splits From Short-Lived Partnership With Redfin

By Candy Evans / May 15, 2019 / 1 Comment

It was a quick divorce from a two-month romance. And to be honest, sort of a head-scratcher. In mid-March, RE/MAX, the 40-year-old, Denver-based national real estate franchise broker announced a unique partnership with Redfin, the tech-focused brokerage that has morphed over the years, from trying to wipe out the Real Estate agent to employing them […]

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The Profit Age vs. The Digital Age: A Reckoning For Real Estate

By Joanna England / February 27, 2019 / 8 Comments

By Matthew Templeton Managing Principal KW Urban Dallas It feels like there have been fundamental shifts in the real estate industry within the last few months. Technology is the buzz word, money is being thrown around, and CEOs of just about every top real estate-related company are out. The last few weeks’ news sums up […]

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Uptown Condo In Walkable Neighborhood Perfect for First Time Buyer

By Bethany Erickson / January 11, 2019 / 0 Comments
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When Leah Nolan told us she and her husband were listing their Uptown condo, she was a little wistful. And that’s understandable. Her cozy one-bedroom, one-bath home, 3311 Blackburn St. #215, is a perfect spot for someone looking to enjoy some of the best Dallas has to offer, with an affordable price point that gives […]

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Great Home, Great School: Plano Whiffletree Home Full of Custom Touches

By Shelby Skrhak / August 31, 2018 / 1 Comment

Plano’s popular Whiffletree neighborhood has the perfect blend of well-built 1980s and 1990s homes, mature landscaping, and some of the best schools in highly-rated Plano ISD. For our continuing series on great homes located within great school zones, here is a contemporary two-story, nearly 3,700-square-foot, four-bedroom home for $569,000. This home, located at 3617 Snidow Drive, […]

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