How to get a luxury smart home for a DIY price
Opinion
Today, putting together a seamless smart home setup doesn't have to be expensive. Find out how to create one on a budget
by Brandon Doyle Today 1:53 A.M.
9 elements your real estate website must include in 2023
Your real estate website is your window to the world. It allows potential clients to see your experience, your business acumen and connect with you should they wish to take the next steps
by Laura Stace Today 1:43 A.M.
How will AI change your real estate business?
Opinion
The world is changing. Those who embrace the coming wave of AI will outpace their competition exponentially
by Chris Pollinger Today 1:40 A.M.
Court refuses Gary Keller's request to merge John Davis lawsuits
A fraud lawsuit filed by Davis against Keller, Keller Williams and Josh Team will continue separately from a sexual misconduct suit filed by Inga Dow against Davis, Keller, and KW
SERHANT. says goodbye to top broker Tamir Shemesh
The motivation for Shemesh's termination was not immediately known and came just over 1 year after Shemesh and his four-person team moved to SERHANT. from Douglas Elliman
Does the commission lawsuit spell the end for NAR? The Real Word
Opinion
This week, Byron Lazine and Nicole White are talking about year-end home sales numbers, Jason Oppenheim's commission lawsuit comments, and the weekly media review Left, Middle, Right
by Byron Lazine Feb 2
M. Ryan Gorman breaks silence on Coldwell Banker 'termination'
In a Medium post published on Thursday, Gorman promised to lead by example with a shift into affordable housing projects while revealing new details about his departure from Coldwell
by Taylor Anderson Feb 2
What we can learn from Ana Walshe's disappearance
Opinion
A new year and yet another agent is missing. How many days would it take for your network to report you missing?
by Rachael Hite Feb 2
ICYMI: Here's a roundup of the trends, buzz and sage advice from Inman Connect New York
Regardless of what the market does or whatever the latest whiz-bang technology is, the basics are still the name of the game
by Bernice Ross Feb 2
Real estate agents of TikTok say a big market shift is afoot
All across the country, real estate agents are posting positive signs of change from the trenches and revealing they're suddenly dealing with packed open houses and intensifying bidding wars
by Jim Dalrymple II Feb 1
How to plan your real estate marketing calendar for 2023
With a clear roadmap laid out for your marketing, reaching your destination in 2023 is only a matter of time and effort
by Darryl Davis Feb 1
2023 may sink some agents — and that may not be a bad thing
Economic downturns have historically shrunk the number of practicing Realtors. But those who stick around can end up doing even more deals, economists told Inman Intel
by Jim Dalrymple II Feb 1
The ownership revolution, dominating Instagram and understanding the consumer
3 new expert-led classes available right now with Inman Access covering the latest industry news, social media opportunities and learning what consumers really want in today's market
by Inman Feb 1
What’s the best piece of advice you’ve gotten from a mentor? Agents weigh in
Opinion
Mentors have given agents some great advice. From prioritizing self care to being consistent, here’s some of the best advice agents have received
by Jessi Healey Feb 1
What Chick-fil-A can teach your team
Opinion
Although they claim to have been the first to offer a fried chicken sandwich, Chick-fil-A realized that anyone else could offer a competing product. Therefore, they focused on developing an unbeatable customer experience
by Carl Medford Feb 1
Listing inventory drying up? 7 FAQs for hosting a budget-friendly homeseller seminar
Hosting a budget-friendly real estate seminar doesn't have to be overwhelming or expensive — all it takes is a bit of creativity and planning ahead of time so you can make sure everything runs smoothly on the day of the event itself
by Darryl Davis Feb 1