Brad Inman can’t recall a time when we all were so righteously indignant. Name-calling, picking petty fights and silent judgement are the name of the game. It's time to bridge the divide
Anger is one reaction to shattered expectations, but you can't pick a fight with an unforgiving market. These days, everyone's fighting their own fears, Inman Publisher Brad Inman writes
Keller Williams, Douglas Elliman, the DOJ and the NAR. Brad Inman's crystal ball is 'a little foggy — but a big trend is coming into focus for me' in 2022, Inman's founder writes
Access to too much capital often blurs good real estate investor judgment. Over-leveraged investors can easily lose everything
The messy set of industry practices at the crux of this fight are long overdue for major reform — now is the time to make it happen
If you cut corners, fudge numbers or break the rules, expect to be busted. It will kill the deal or deflate your valuation. Don’t put your biz up for sale if there's rot in the basement
The question isn't where you want to live someday but what place, house or location from your past is deeply embedded in your bones?
Right now, the housing market has a slew of uninvited guests in one of the worst housing shortages in the history of America