Articles Tagged with '''' adds Michelle Meyers as vice president of customer success

Tasked with boosting relationship with real estate agents
Move, which operates for the National Association of Realtors, announced recently that it appointed Michelle Meyers to the newly created role of vice president of customer success. In this role, Meyers is tasked with boosting the company’s relationships with real estate agents, Realtors, and brokers.
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This is what falling stock prices mean for mortgage lending

Spoiler alert: pretty much nothing, unless…
The Dow Jones Industrial Average began decreasing Friday, then plummeted on Monday, experiencing its biggest point loss in its history. But what does all of this mean for the mortgage lending market? As it turns out, it is not expected to make a significant impact, unless…
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These will be the top 10 housing markets of 2018

Only one California city makes the list
As 2018 sets into motion, several metros across the U.S. are emerging as possible contenders for the year’s top housing markets. explained that people are going to continue to seek out pockets of affordability that remain in the market.
Read More picks Apartment List as exclusive provider of apartment community listings

Apartment List also providing listing data for Facebook
Last month, Facebook announced that it was launching a massive push into real estate, bringing apartment rental listings to its Marketplace. The listings are powered by Apartment List and Zumper. But as it turns out, powering Facebook’s real estate listing movement isn’t the only big deal that Apartment List inked lately.
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From HW Magazine

2017 HW Vanguard: Ryan O'Hara

Chief Executive Officer of Move
Since Ryan O’Hara joined Move as its new CEO, has seen consumer engagement double to 58 million average monthly unique users through Q2 2017. Visitors viewed an average of over 2 million pages and spent an average of more than 1 billion minutes on the home-listing company's website and apps each month.
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Here are 6 housing predictions to know for 2018

New home sales take on inventory shortages
As 2017 comes to an end, economists are forecasting the future of housing in 2018. One company,, gives its forecast for five areas of housing in 2018. Will home sales increase, or will housing inventory continue to keep potential homebuyers out of the market?
Read More finds itself at center of Sean Hannity advertiser controversy

Real estate site says it’s not pulling ads from Fox News
[Commentary] If you’ve been on Facebook or Twitter in the last 48 hours, you’ve likely seen video of people destroying their Keurig coffee machines or throwing them out the window as a protest to the company pulling its ads from Sean Hannity’s show on Fox News. But Keurig was hardly alone in pulling its ads from Hannity’s show. One of the companies that supposedly pulled its ads is, or so it appeared.
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Here are the 10 hottest housing markets in August

What’s happening with Detroit?
As the new school year gets underway, the nation’s housing market isn’t expected to improve much. Once again, inventory shortages and rising home prices are likely to continue into the rest of the year. There is one city that is doing surprisingly well, Detroit. Check out the article for a break down of the hottest housing markets, along with a spotlight on Detroit.
Read More adds Danielle Hale as new chief economist

Replaces Jonathan Smoke, who left housing for the auto industry has been without a chief economist since Jonathan Smoke left the company in April to become the chief economist for Cox Automotive, an auto industry powerhouse that includes the brands, Autotrader,, Dealertrack, Kelley Blue Book, and others. But now, the real estate site has found a replacement, one that keeps things in the Realtor family, so to speak.
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