In today's confusing world, agents need to do everything they can to ensure a smooth transaction. These tips can help your sellers feel heard, comforted and in control of the process
Social media users expressed alarm at photos of a studio listed for the equivalent of about $166,824 when they saw the bed arranged in a precarious position above a stairwell
These days, the competition is fierce. If you want to stand out from the crowd, you'll need to put your expert-level marketing skills to good use — both online and offline. Here are four things to focus on when it comes to listings
There's no denying that fall decor brings about feelings of warmth and belonging — which is why agents shouldn't ignore it when it comes to listings. Here are four areas to focus on when staging for pumpkin-spice season
Leonard Steinberg's daily email blast is aimed at elevating the dialogue of Compass agents, making the national company feel more connected and creating a referral network
Everybody talks about low inventories, but nobody does anything about it. Find out how to get the listings you need for the buyers who are still looking
The pandemic fast-tracked a number of paradigm shifts that were already reshaping our living habits. So, should agents try to appeal to these new buyer desires or stick with traditional, tried-and-true features?
What would you do with this historic home complete with its own functional jail?
Increasing access to market data, evolving buyer behaviors and the new COVID-19 realities have made this practice obsolete. Here are 5 reasons to share with sellers to keep them from making this costly mistake
For many agents and teams, the opportunity cost of lost business might actually be costing them far more than a new shiny marketing approach. Here's what you might be doing wrong — and how to fix it
A fixer-upper cabin in South Lake Tahoe is on the market for $199K — and, no, the 500-pound bear featured in the listing's photos doesn't come with the sale
More this week: what to expect when scooping up low-priced fixers and how listing descriptions are now highlighting Zoom rooms
Homes are typically selling just 20 days after hitting the market, according to a weekly market survey published Thursday by Zillow
This week, Tami Bonnell, the CEO of EXIT Realty, weighs in on ways agents can provide more value to their sellers on their next listing appointment and the 4 questions they need to ask clients