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California Association of Realtors CEO resigns after 2 years

Two years after taking the helm, California Association of Realtors CEO John Sebree has stepped down from his post. His resignation went into effect immediately, with C.A.R. subsidiary Real Estate Business Services (REBS) CEO Debra Ferrier taking over as interim CEO as the Association launches a nationwide search for a new leader.

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CoStar Group tallies Q1 revenue growth on success of Homes.com

The Virginia-based commercial and residential real estate behemoth released its first-quarter earnings on Tuesday, which revealed the company grew its revenue 12 percent year over year to $656 million. The company remained profitable, although its net income dropped 91 percent from $87 million in Q1 2023 to $7 million.

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With Matterport buy, CoStar makes it a ground game

Digital twin creation company Matterport has sold to CoStar, parent of home search experience Homes.com and Zillow's chief rival. The deal stands to greatly increase the amount of industry data available to the company for use in its appeal to both real estate agents and consumers.

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Be everywhere with Adwerx’s latest digital advertising solution

Adwerx's new product involves customers being able to showcase their brands, messages and services on alternative public digital displays, such as retail map kiosks, bus stop screens, office building information panels, digital billboards and anywhere else that a consumer looks for information.

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38% of homeowners couldn’t afford their home in today’s market

Consistent home price appreciation is touted as the main benefit of homeownership; however, runaway home price growth over the past five years has homeowners feeling locked into a financial prison. According to Redfin's latest market study, 38 percent of 3,000 homeowners said they couldn't afford their home if they were to buy it today. As a result, homeowners are staying in place much longer — 59 percent said they've been in their home for at least 10 years and 21 percent have been in their home for at least five.

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