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Zillow thinks its iBuyer will dwarf Premier Agent within 5 years

Zillow plans to purchase an average of 5,000 homes per month for all-cash from people around the country, and the company's Homes division that oversees Zillow Offers will bring in expected annualized revenue of about $20 billion. READ MORE +

RE/MAX reports $50.8M in revenue for 4th quarter, beating estimates

RE/MAX reported $50.8 million revenue in the fourth quarter of 2018, a year-over-year 4.8 percent increase, according to the company's Thursday earnings release, beating the consensus estimate of $50.27 million in quarterly revenue. READ MORE +

Zillow reports record $1.3B annual revenue, but losses widen

In an earnings report today, Seattle-based Zillow Group posted a net loss of $97.7 million in the fourth quarter and a net loss of $120 million for all of 2018. READ MORE +

Zillow co-founder Rich Barton back as CEO, Spencer Rascoff out

Zillow co-founder Rich Barton is taking back the reins as CEO, replacing Spencer Rascoff, the real estate tech giant announced amid its fourth quarter 2018 corporate earnings release. READ MORE +

WATCH: Why your emotional intelligence matters

Tap into your EQ, and open the door to new business and life skills with Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence Founding Director Marc Brackett. READ MORE +

This new home-equity tool is like CreditKarma for home value

HSH.com, a long-time mortgage industry resource, has launched a new tool called KnowEquity Tracker and Projector for homeowners to manage home equity as an active financial asset. READ MORE +

JP & Associates latest brokerage to offer health care to agents

Texas-based JP & Associates Realtors is the latest real estate company to offer its agents an associated health care plan, the company announced. READ MORE +

Chase vows to close mortgages in 3 weeks — or hand you $1,000

Chase Home Lending vowed on Wednesday to close any borrower's mortgage application within 21 days — or write out a check for $1,000. READ MORE +

WATCH: An inside look at 4 competing brokerages’ models

Online, traditional, capped-fee models — brokerages come in a variety of types these days with varying pros and cons for agents. Listen in as these ICNY panelists spell out the advantages of their particular flavor of brokerage.  READ MORE +

Is this Gary Keller’s Achilles heel?

Standing before 20,000 agent-followers in New Orleans last week, Gary Keller presented his latest triumphant moment, a mix of real estate and showmanship. READ MORE +