Additions to Intel
New by Category
Below is a collection of research by key categories.
This section covers the influence of the consumer on the industry, both from a demographic perspective and a generational perspective.
Brokerage business and leadership within the industry are core to how the industry is shaped and how things change. This section captures those driving elements.
The residential real estate brokerage industry has a vast pool of technology to choose from and it is a constant driver of change in the industry. This section highlights impactful technologies, brands leveraging new technology or innovations in the space.
Brokerages offer administrative, operational, marketing, technology, legal and branding and training services to real estate agents who hang their licenses with them. Agents interact directly with consumers to buy and sell homes. Consumers typically recognize brokerages as a corporate or umbrella brand on shopfronts, for sale signs, websites, and legal contracts. This section covers research that drives that dynamic.
Organized Real Estate
Realtor associations and MLSs are collectively referred to as organized real estate. The three serve as the infrastructure for the residential real estate brokerage industry. Associations, which exist at the national, state and local level set industry professionalism, advocate for policies that support their members’ business and often run MLSs, which enable collaboration among competing brokers and agents to facilitate fast transactions. Here is a collection for Organized Real Estate.
This section lists trends, chapters, and industry studies tied to ancillary services.
This section highlights the most recent legal documents. This includes report chapters that cover legal aspects as well as court documents.