The Neighborhood Data Package uses data on foot traffic to help determine which parts of cities are becoming more or less popular.
Our industry is shifting, and as we approach a new decade, I know that the agents who are savvy and willing to be dynamic will come out on top. Here’s what you need to check off the list before the new year rolls around.
In this weekly column, hosts Brandon Doyle and Colton Pratt walk through smart-home products and showcase their capabilities while reviewing pros and cons. This week, motion detectors. Listen in to the full video to find out which ones the hosts recommend.
We know you handle countless objections every day. In our ongoing quest to find the best handlers, we ask that you take this one-question survey to share your top strategies with the masses in our weekly column that comes out every Tuesday.
Whether you’re deciding to join a portal’s “premiere” service or are looking at lead gen platforms that promise more new clients than you can shake a stick at, it’s important for you to find out how good those leads will be and what it will take to convert them.
It’s well passed time to face the ugly truth: Racial discrimination is still happening in real estate. A three-year study conducted by “Newsday” gives us cold hard evidence. Denying it, decrying it or calling it fake news won’t make it go away.
The tea leaves heading into next year are somewhat mixed. But for now, it looks as though the housing market in 2020 should at least start off with a bang.
Real Trends, a real estate brokerage news and consulting firm, released on Tuesday its inaugural comparison of the top agents affiliated with the industry’s top brands.
The trade organization will also stop offering masters degrees through its Realtor University program, which first launched in 2012.
At Luxury Connect 2019, Inman carried on our tradition of bringing new voices to the stage, sharing expertise and experience to help our audience grow. Two such voices belonged to Agent Image and Side, Inc.