The decision is an admission that its plan to take the iBuyer world by storm failed.
The model ultimately comes at a cost to the consumer, one said.
The company says an internet theory about its house-flipping scheme is “misinformation.”
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Californians say the billion-dollar company is hawking illegal timeshares. "If this business model succeeds," one Sonoma resident said, "our town starts to become more and more like an adult Disneyland."
This suburban Dallas home is just a front for a bizarre industrial site previously owned by AT&T.
“Its history brought out a combination of aspiring social media stars and serious buyers,” realtor Arto Poladian told VICE.
We spoke with Sasha Barber about her brokerage, Guided Realty, and the broader trend of bringing spirituality to the world of real estate.
What’s actually there is, on occasion, a history that has been confounded or left out altogether, perhaps by oversight, perhaps by design.
Andi Schmied pretended to be a Hungarian billionaire to tour New York real estate’s most exclusive listings. Her new book documents what she saw.