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  • From HW Magazine

    2019 HW Tech100 winner: Move

    Integrating industry insights into a digital ecosystem
    Move’s primary website, realtor.com, is integrating its industry insights into a digital ecosystem to make the home buying process simpler for both buyers and agents.
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  • Realtors get pricing tool to show homebuyers what they can afford

    Results vary per housing market
    The algorithm draws from the listing prices of homes currently on the market. After configuring the property they want – is a third bath really worth $70,000? – buyers can view the monthly mortgage payment for a home with those characteristics, along with estimates of property taxes and insurance. Then, they can look at a list of properties for sale that meet their criteria.
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  • News Corp names new president of global digital real estate

    Tracey Fellows will oversee News Corp’s digital real estate interests for Move and more
    News Corp, parent company of Move and operator for Realtor.com, recently announced that Tracey Fellows has been appointed as the president of global digital real estate. Beginning in January 2019, Fellows will be based at News Corp’s New York headquarters, dividing her time among the company’s digital real estate assets.
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  • How much do real estate agents pay for leads?

    Will lead generation tech titans soon rule our world?
    The lead generation game is changing so fast, with smaller real estate firms struggling to keep up. As we see a future of big tech companies controlling borrower info, how much is this going to cost the real estate agent? And will it be worth it?
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  • NFL player Mychal Kendricks accused of insider trading on News Corp’s acquisition of Move

    Former Browns linebacker admits to getting tips from former Goldman Sachs analyst
    Former Cleveland Browns linebacker Mychal Kendricks admitted Wednesday that he engaged in insider trading when he used privileged information from a former Goldman Sachs analyst to make a profit of nearly $280,000 when News Corp acquired Move back in 2014.
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  • Realtor.com ends relationship with Apartment List, will use Apartments.com for rental listings

    Two titans of home and rental listings reunite to share content
    Realtor.com is terminating its content partnership with Apartment List, ending the relationship between the two companies after only six months. Apartment List's listings began appearing on Realtor.com in January, but now, those listings will soon disappear. Instead, Realtor.com is partnering with Apartments.com to provide its apartment community listings.
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  • Realtor.com adds Michelle Meyers as vice president of customer success

    Tasked with boosting relationship with real estate agents
    Move, which operates Realtor.com 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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  • Realtor.com 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, realtor.com 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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  • Realtor.com 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 realtor.com, or so it appeared.
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