Since the iBuying industry launched in 2014, billions of dollars have poured into companies created to disrupt the real estate industry. But as COVID-19 put a damper on real estate markets, it also impacted iBuyers. HW+ Columnist Robyn A. Friedman shares where they stand now and where they are headed. HW+ Premium Content
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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has extended the state’s eviction moratorium again, as many fear being kicked out of their homes.
Ubitquity, developer of a blockchain-secured platform for real estate and title recordkeeping, has announced a new partnership with Rainier Title.
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New York Time best-selling author Todd Duncan explains why confidence is key in his fourth principle in the series, “5 Irrefutable principles of high-performance mortgage and real estate practices.”