Opinion
So you've got your real estate license in hand — now what? Of course, finding a place to work and securing those first clients may seem like they should top your list, but there are a few other details newbies shouldn't neglect
by Gerard Splendore Today 2:00 A.M.
Opinion
Knowing how to combat misguided viewpoints with vetted knowledge and confidence is vital. Here's how to deal with a few common scenarios
by Cara Ameer Today 2:00 A.M.
Opinion
This week, Byron Lazine and Nicole White discuss Biden’s executive order, why singles are moving and Opendoor’s new referral rewards program
by Byron Lazine Jul 23
Opinion
Here are some financial tips and techniques that can help you earn more, save more and prepare for eventual retirement
by Jay Thompson Jul 22
Opinion
Recruiters understand that your chances of surviving your first year in the business are low, and they'll say almost anything to get you onboard. Here is a list of truths they won't prepare you for
by Carl Medford Jul 21
Opinion
Genuine confidence comes from getting uncomfortable, trying new things, and learning from your success and failures
by Adam Hergenrother Jul 21
Opinion
An agent wants to know if the short-term rental trend is worth her time, energy and focus — and if the risks are worth the effort. What advice should her broker give her?
by Anthony Askowitz Jul 21
Opinion
There is no doubt that the market is slowing. The big question is, 'Are we seeing the normal summer slowdown, or is this the long-anticipated shift?'
by Carl Medford Jul 20
Opinion
President Biden's latest executive order could impose an unnecessary burden on those who seek to do business in a different state. Here's how it can impact the real estate industry
by Bernice Ross Jul 20
Establishing a new routine is not easy, but it can make all the difference in your life. Choose your struggle, make small changes, and get ready for big results
by Adam Hergenrother Jul 19
These principles will help you systematically grow your real estate business
by Jimmy Burgess Jul 18
Opinion
This week, Byron Lazine and Nicole White discuss the DOJ withdrawing its settlement offer to NAR, the first state to ban homebuyer love letters, and a study that shows what the majority of real estate listings are lacking
by Byron Lazine Jul 16
Opinion
Acknowledgment is a much-needed first step — but it's only the beginning. For people of color to experience a greater sense of equity, inclusion and justice in diversity work, these steps are vital
by Lee Davenport Jul 16
Technology problems in virtual meetings are part of the landscape. From arriving early to troubleshoot problems to switching to audio-only mode, here are a few nifty tips that'll help you keep interruptions at bay
by Bernice Ross Jul 14
Opinion
Don't neglect to explain how valuable local knowledge can be, along with the importance of representation and being a fiduciary
by Jay Thompson Jul 14
Worried about coming across as a rookie? Here's how to use your marketing and messaging to redirect your audience away from your lack of experience and prove your value
by Christy Murdock Jul 12