As the tax filing deadline comes ever closer, real estate professionals find themselves in a familiar position: how to pay as little tax as required while staying off the radar of the ever-watchful IRS. Filing taxes can be complicated and avoiding a dreaded audit from Uncle Sam is paramount for most agents.
Today’s luxury consumers are decisive buyers and connoisseurs of what best suits their lifestyle. They’re also accustomed to receiving faultless service — and this expectation doesn’t change when they switch roles from buyer to seller.
To build trust with your audience (and stand out from the sea of other agents posting on social media), you need to give them some content that they don’t see every day. Here are seven things you can do to provide value for your audience.
Alyson McClure knew something was wrong when a man contacted her for a home listing but then proceeded to ask about her age.
A week after Zillow announced “Tour it Now,” agents lambasted the company’s moves to establish dominance in the iBuyer space.
Advertisers were offered thousands of attributes to choose from to exclude based on user data collected by Facebook, including words like “foreigner.”
The week’s top real estate industry stories, plus practical advice to use this weekend.
As home values grow, sales in the San Francisco Bay Area continue to fall, according to the latest data from property analytics provider CoreLogic.
Warburg Realty has embarked on a new partnership that will enable it to execute targeted social media advertising for all of its listings.
Like an avalanche growing larger as it tumbles down a mountain, agents are seeing swelling demand from buyers as mortgage interest rates plummet.