The brokerage of the future presents as hyperlocal with a focus on service and culture. Indie brokerages are excelling at aligning the success of the firm and its agents. Cutting the red tape and having the right local leadership can make all the difference.
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Its home recording studio has been used over the years by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Black Sabbath, Carlos Santana and Ozzy Osborne.
The average home sale price in Arlington and Fairfax counties rose by 4 percent between 2018 and 2019 — from $590,000 to $615,000.
Sarah Richardson chats with Inman about staying competitive, choosing from a wide array of tech vendors and the importance of building a strong agent culture.
The latest real estate scam involves fraudsters impersonating popular real estate agents online and then asking their colleagues to purchase gift cards.
Watch Byron Lazine and Nicole White give a real estate agent’s perspective on industry-related topics. This week: NAR’s approval of a new fair housing action plan, unnecessary services agents can stop spending money on and a cannabis-themed open house.
NAR needs to be the driver of better fair housing education, demanding local associations educate their members in a meaningful fashion.
The 2020 Consumer Electronics Show has ended, and yet again, connected-home and smart-home technologies were a big draw.
Agents tend to be satisfied with their income, a new survey from Inman suggests. But many also believe that after a certain point, money can’t buy happiness.