Do consumers prefer experience or digital savvy?
The global community of indie firms will have access to consumer segmentation research
by Gill South | on Mar 8, 2017
How to eliminate the tiny scraps of paper in your business
Evernote and other note-taking apps can reduce the need for notebooks, business cards and other needless clutter
by Brian Walker | on Mar 8, 2017
How well do you know your millionaire client?
Luxury Portfolio International and research partner, YouGov, dig deep into the psyche of the luxury buyer
by Gill South | on Mar 7, 2017
How I fell in love with selling real estate
Why do you do what you do every day? One broker shares his thoughts
by Chris Lazarus | on Mar 7, 2017
Top NYC brokers slam StreetEasy agent program
Ryan Serhant of 'Million Dollar Listing' took to Instagram to make his case
by Marian McPherson | on Mar 7, 2017
NY
Engel & Völkers announces plan to put VR in every office
The partnership will provide each franchise office with an immoviewer camera, VR hardware and Google Cardboard viewers
by Amber Taufen | on Mar 6, 2017
Opendoor launching mortgage brokerage
Property-exchange platform's mortgage arm could help the startup sell its properties faster
by Teke Wiggin | on Mar 6, 2017
How to thrive as a rookie in a big city or a backwater
Starting out as a new agent isn't easy no matter what your market looks like
by Gill South | on Mar 6, 2017
CH SF
The case for helping your agents retire
Nearly 50 percent of Inman's survey respondents said they get no retirement planning help from their brokerages
by Gill South | on Mar 3, 2017
Joyce Rey puts a new price on former Neverland Ranch
The Coldwell Banker Previews International luxury agent is representing Sycamore Valley Ranch
by Gill South | on Mar 3, 2017
LA
Brokerages: To office or not to office?
Growing numbers of entrepreneurial brokers are setting up new businesses with no offices, but the industry is still giving the idea pushback
by Gill South | on Mar 2, 2017
Are you ego building or business building?
The industry focuses on making ‘transaction-to-transaction heroes,' according to a coach and trainer
by Gill South | on Mar 1, 2017
Parental units: When clients buy a home for their kid
Stepping in early to help your adult children with a first home can give them key life lessons and tax advantages, says Leonard Steinberg
by Gill South | on Mar 1, 2017
NY
3 steps toward a paperless brokerage
The most common impediment to going paperless is that we feel overwhelmed -- so here is a step-by-step guide
by Brian Walker | on Mar 1, 2017
Agent/broker perspective: Going to the mat for an agent
A broker should have an agent’s back in legal disputes
by Anthony Askowitz | on Mar 1, 2017