Real Estate News
Self-care is more than a trendy buzzword, it's critical to staying afloat in this hustle culture-driven industry. As part of Inman's Agent Appreciation Month, we're asking you all to divulge your secrets for avoiding burnout.
In this episode of “Smart-home tech for agents,” Brandon Doyle compares Arlo Ultra, Ring Spotlight Cam and Blink XT2 to uncover which is the best for homeowners' needs.
Thomas Sponholtz's company assists buyers with their down payments and helps existing homeowners access their equity — services that he says give consumers more and better financing options.
Rather than wallowing in your missteps, turn failure into strength. By accepting your failures and analyzing what went wrong, you can learn from the experience and leverage that learning into “fail-proofing” your business.
Agent referrals can be incredibly helpful for both those on the giving and the receiving ends, but they need to be handled with care. Here are 11 ways to avoid a referral gone wrong.
Regardless of the price range you serve, sooner or later you’ll get stuck with what seems like an impossible listing because the sellers refuse to do what’s needed to get the property sold. CNBC’s new series "Listing Impossible" is packed with takeaways about how to confront thorny issues.
A handful of well-known real estate firms have landed on Forbes' 2020 list of best employers for diversity, with JLL and Century 21 taking the top spots among companies in the property business.
After listing for $24.6 million in 2018 and being cut in price twice, Meryl Streep’s New York apartment has sold for $15.8 million.
Several large firms have invested more than $3B in nonperforming Chinese commercial loans, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
Locale plans to use the capital to bolster its staff, expand to new markets and upgrade its product offerings.
Development company Elsey Partners has proposed two new apartment buildings in San Francisco's Mission District that seek to provide affordable housing options by way of underground communal living areas in a city that's increasingly pricing out the average person.
The amount of capital raised by real estate private equity funds shrunk from $35 billion in the fourth quarter of 2018 to $18 billion in 2019.
A team of researchers from the University of Colorado engineered "living building materials" made out of bacteria, begging the question, "Would you live in a home made of bacteria?"
Branden Williams and Rayni Williams of Hilton & Hyland represented both the sellers and the buyer.
From 2012 to 2019, builders constructed 5.9 million homes — far fewer than what’s needed for the 9.8 million households created during the same time period.
According to the latest CoreLogic data released Tuesday, rent prices for single-family properties in November grew by 3 percent nationwide.
Millennials and those in Generation Z have only been too enthusiastic to embrace this concept, for financial and social reasons.
In this monthly column, Anthony Askowitz explores a hypothetical real estate situation from both sides of the broker/agent dynamic. This month: How can brokers resolve a team breakup with minimal drama?