Agents often think of internet leads as inferior and let them fall by the wayside. Here’s how you can stop that from happening.
Watch Byron Lazine and Nicole White give a real estate agent’s perspective on industry-related topics. This week, the CEO of SoftBank, a funder of Opendoor and Compass, said he’s “embarrassed” by his tech investments’ results, which spurred quite the debate among Byron and colleagues.
The real estate industry threw some curveballs. Take Inman’s real estate news quiz to demonstrate how strong your talking points and cocktail banter are this week.
ZeroDown, a San Francisco-based rent-to-buy startup, has clinched a $150 million valuation. For $10,000, the company will buy a home on behalf of a renter.
California Regional Multiple Listing Service announced Thursday it struck a deal with real estate startup BoxMLS to grant its more than 98,000 agents access to modern MLS search tools, branded MLS-compliant virtual office websites and branded mobile apps.
Real estate publicity expert Audie Chamberlain advised agents to focus on their sold properties and identify a compelling story they can tell.
When Branden Williams started out in real estate he had no money, a single suit, and no experience. But today, Williams and his wife Rayni work in the highly exclusive Trousdale Estates area of Beverly Hills. At Inman Luxury Connect Thursday the power couple explained that one of the keys to their success was consistently investing in their own business.
Younger buyers who have made fortunes in technology have wrought a complete “180 on the infrastructure of what our business is made up,” Compass agent and Listing Impossible star Aaron Kirman argued during Inman Luxury Connect.
Buyer-identity verification software company Kleard has partnered with online advertising provider Adwerx to target unrepresented homebuyers.
You’ve got a few upcoming decisions that might define your entire career, so pay attention closely.