Scott Sobol, an agent in Hell's Kitchen, has been let go because of video footage that shows him rolling beer bottles toward a hotel where homeless people are known to loiter
by Lillian Dickerson | Jul 6
Members of the National Association of Gay and Lesbian Real Estate Professionals began resigning en masse Wednesday following weeks of what many said was unacceptable behavior on the part of founder and President Jeff Berger
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jun 11
The real estate technology solutions company will release on Friday a new advertising service for agents called Homesnap Pro+ Concierge
by Lillian Dickerson | Jun 11
Now that shelter-in-place measures are easing up, it's time to rethink the unhealthy habits we picked up while in quarantine. Here are four things to implement for an effective work routine and life after lockdown
by Ryan Rodenbeck | May 28
The market hasn't fully recovered yet, but agents in luxury markets around the US told Inman that deals are still happening and activity appears to be on the rise
by Jim Dalrymple II | May 22
Opinion
A luxury real estate agent shares how her company's emergency relief Facebook page helped people connect and band together in a time of need
by Amie Quirarte | May 9
The Paycheck Protection Program has allocated nearly $660 billion for small businesses. Despite glitchy application systems and unresponsive lenders, a number of agents now say they've received funding through the program
by Jim Dalrymple II | May 4
The Lafayette home is being offered to anyone who can pay to have it relocated
by Veronika Bondarenko | May 4
The pandemic makes it more important than ever for agents to rely on things like social media, though they should strive to be themselves while creating content
by Jim Dalrymple II | Apr 30
As traditional, face-to-face methods of generating new business aren't an option, now is the time to leverage digital marketing instead, using both simple organic strategies and paid traffic
by Elisha Israel | Apr 30
Opinion
As hard as things might be right now, it doesn’t give anyone the right to be insensitive to fellow professionals
by Jay Thompson | Apr 15
The Brooklyn Nets player, who was stricken by coronavirus in March but has since recovered, used to rent this seven-bedroom home
by Veronika Bondarenko | Apr 14
Find yourself looking outward when you're tired of being inside? Here's what readers enjoy seeing when they're looking for a distraction
by Brad Inman | Apr 10
In the past few weeks, demand for air purification systems has jumped in an effort to provide safer work environments for employees. A shift away from open-concept offices may not be far behind
by Lillian Dickerson | Apr 8