Realtor.com can trace its roots back to 1995 when it first launched as the Realtor Information Network (RIN), which at that time was a closed network providing proprietary information to members of NAR.
By 1997, the company was accepting exclusive online real estate listings from companies such as USA Today, NBC, and America Online (AOL).
Realtor.Com is a real estate listings website operated by the News Corp subsidiary Move, Inc. It is the second most visited real estate listings website in the United States as of 2021, with over 100 million monthly active users.
During the Great Resignation of 2021, Realtor.com is attempting to retain employees by embracing flexibility and promoting from within the company.
The company also noted that, especially after the Covid-19 crisis, it can be much more affordable to buy than to rent.
Unfortunately, there is a general housing shortage, so home buyers may find it difficult to buy any type of affordable housing during 2022 year and possibly into 2023.
Realtor.Com maintains a corporate office in Santa Clara, California.