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Compass CEO Robert Reffkin and agent Ronita Kalra (Photos via Twitter, iStock)

For Compass agents who invested, IPO is watershed moment

For Compass agents invested in the firm’s success, nothing can rain on their parade. Last week, Compass’s initial public...

For Compass agents who invested, IPO is watershed moment
Robert Reffkin and Ori Allon (Getty, iStock)

What you need to know about Compass’ IPO this week

Compass’ hotly anticipated IPO is finally (almost) here. The venture capital-backed residential firm is set to go public in...

What you need to know about Compass’ IPO this week
Glenn Kelman (Randy Stewart via Flickr)

Redfin revenue grows as it races to hire more agents

The hot housing market has crowned another winner: Redfin. The discount brokerage reported revenue of $866.1 million in 2020,...

Redfin revenue grows as it races to hire more agents
Gene Martinez (Compass)

Gene Martinez, early Compass recruit, dies

Gene Martinez, a longtime New York City sales manager who was one of Compass’ earliest recruits, died Tuesday night. He was 60. Compass CEO Robert Reffkin informed managers of Martinez’s sudden death in an...

Gene Martinez, early Compass recruit, dies
Realogy CEO Ryan Schneider 

Realogy profit surges to $98M as sales rebound

Citing explosive growth in the housing market, Realogy’s profit surged during the third quarter and the brokerage giant said...

Realogy profit surges to $98M as sales rebound
From left: Realogy's Ryan Schneider, Cushman & Wakefield's Brett White and Newmark Knight Frank's Barry Gosin (Credit: iStock)

Brokerage stocks plunge amid market turmoil

Real estate brokerage stocks plunged Wednesday, after a market selloff prompted U.S. stocks to temporarily suspend trading. Shares of Realogy Holdings dropped 35 percent to just over $2 per share as of 2:55 p.m.,...

Brokerage stocks plunge amid market turmoil
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