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"I’ve seen some investors change their plans because of these new regulations," David Lukan, a Compass agent in Los Angeles, told Inman.
Following a wave of headlines about open house-related crime, agents say safety issues are a growing concern in the real estate industry.
We asked, and you all came out in droves to share your best responses. Our favorite handlers from last week's Pulse survey include asking to see the other agent's math and emphasizing an ethical obligation to disagree.
Blast from the past: Analyst Mike DelPrete explains the seismic shifts shaking up the residential real estate market onstage at Inman Connect Las Vegas 2019.
The National Association of Realtors installed Realtor Vince Malta as the organization's 2020 president on Monday, Nov. 11.
Following in the footsteps of its parent company, Facebook, Instagram will begin beta testing removing like counts from U.S. users' posts starting Monday.
Getting through the VA’s appraisal process can be a deal-breaking nightmare — if you don’t know how it works. Navy veteran and agent Phil Capron, sheds some light on common loan-approval issues you can help veteran clients avoid.
In a 729-70 vote, the trade group’s 800-member board on Monday morning voted to approve the Clear Cooperation Policy.
The latest Coldwell Banker wealth report claims over $68 trillion will be passed down to millennials in the near future.
Leadership can be an elusive concept. There’s no true recipe for success, as leadership styles vary across cultures and industries. However, one thing rings true — the best CEOs start by addressing mindset before taking action.
Thanks to experience and a highly analytical approach to real estate’s cyclical nature, expert and author Robert Campbell has a huge edge when it comes to timing market shifts. Here are the five stats to watch and why a downturn might be around the corner.
Connect Flashback: How one agent sustains 100 percent referral business with 7-star service.
On the 100th anniversary of the open house, a growing number of agents are debating their relevance. Others are simply walking away from the time-honored practice.
Here are nine ideas on how to focus and get more stuff done, culled from a wide assortment of achievers from our own industry to world leaders and, yes, even Jerry Seinfeld.
The role of the real estate agent has evolved. You are no longer a gatekeeper of information that buyers and sellers must consult in order to access the market. Today, they have just as much data as you do.
The flourishing second home market has been a bright spot in a softer high-end real estate space. Intent to purchase is high, buyers are younger, and the drive to own a second (or third or fourth) home is influenced by the desire to experience a life “well-lived.” Affluent consumers have become increasingly conscious of their wellness.
Running a good business means being a good neighbor. And as knowledgeable professionals who work in their local communities and help families find their ideal homes, real estate agents are in a prime position to give back and make a positive impact.
Real estate is a visual industry. Words and descriptions play their role, but imagery is the first and foremost tool of any real estate professional. That’s why it’s important to be fluent in the language of visual marketing.