What you should know

What Consumers Should Know

4 things you should know about "best agent" websites

4 things you should know about "best agent" websites

Finding a good agent is hard, which is why many companies claim to help you find the best agent for free! We tested out two of the biggest platforms (so you don't have to). Here are four things we learned to help you avoid losing money and your privacy. Read more

Buyer Beware: missing property history on ibuyer properties

Buyer Beware: missing property history on ibuyer properties

Are ibuyers purposely leaving out property information so that you do not see what they paid for the home? See what we discovered in our latest report. Read more

Should you host an open house to sell your home?

Should you host an open house to sell your home?

If your agent wants you to host an open house, or you are a buyer attending an open house soon, you should know this one thing.. Read more

What is a buyer admin fee?

What is a buyer admin fee?

When you get your loan estimate, you might see a buyer admin fee listed. This fee should also come up when you start to interview buyer agents. Let talk about this "cash grab" and why we think you should say NO to it. Read more

400,000 home sales hidden from the public

400,000 home sales hidden from the public

As if the market wasn't challenging enough, especially for first-time homebuyers, Redfin reported earlier this year that an estimated +400,000 homes will be sold by an agent this year without the public knowing about it. Learn how this is happening and why... Read more

You have options when it comes to selling your home

You have options when it comes to selling your home

You have options when it comes to how you sell your home. You need to pick the right one based on your knowledge and budget. Here are a few of the most common options when it comes to selling. Read more

Are you on the do not call registry?

Are you on the do not call registry?

Did you know that there are 12 states that have their own registry? Let's dive into the Do Not Call lists, how they work, and how you can make sure you are registered before you enter the real estate market. Read more

The real problem with the real estate industry

The real problem with the real estate industry

The industry makes you think new selling services are the problem, but we believe those conversations are actually a distraction from the bigger issue, which is way worse. Read more