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Its home recording studio has been used over the years by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Black Sabbath, Carlos Santana and Ozzy Osborne
The average home sale price in Arlington and Fairfax counties rose by 4% between 2018 and 2019 — from $590K to $615K
Sarah Richardson chats with Inman about staying competitive, choosing from a wide array of tech vendors and the importance of building a strong agent culture
The latest real estate scam involves fraudsters impersonating popular real estate agents online and then asking their colleagues to purchase gift cards
Learn more about the National Association of Realtors' new fair housing action plan, and check out this week's marketeer of the week
NAR needs to be the driver of better fair housing education for agents, helping local associations educate their members in a meaningful fashion
The Consumer Electronics Show took place in Las Vegas last week. To no one's surprise, the market for connected devices and smart home appliances only got bigger. And Procter & Gamble rolled out a robot that delivers toilet paper.
Agents tend to be satisfied with their income, a new survey from Inman suggests. But many also believe that after a certain point, money can't buy happiness
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.
Flashback to Inman Connect Las Vegas 2019: CEOs and industry visionaries discuss technology, the future and each other
Phoenix-based 3D aerial photography company has earned patents for its hi-res, high-elevation photography process that accurately puts lat-long coordinates on every pixel. With new funding, 70 markets are on the radar
A spokesperson for the organization calls it a 'personal decision,' and a search will begin immediately for Kirby Slunaker's replacement
The Portland City Council gave the public 2 days to comment on plans to change zoning in residential neighborhoods. Residents still showed up hours early to testify