Opinion
In this week's episode, Chris Naugle, author and money expert, breaks down how infinite banking works and other important concepts for agents looking to grow their net worth
by Bernice Ross Today 2:00 A.M.
Opinion
The real estate industry has an obligation to assist LGBTQ consumers in their journey to homeownership. Here's what one organization is doing to further that goal
by Ryan Weyandt Oct 20
Opinion
Looking for a little clarity on this week's news? Windermere Chief Economist Matthew Gardner digs into the numbers of the latest Home Purchase Sentiment Index
by Matthew Gardner Oct 20
Opinion
When making this major decision, it’s crucial to choose a brokerage that fits your needs today and can grow with you into the future
by Missy Yost Oct 20
Opinion
Here's an inside look at how one real estate team is transforming homes, increasing clients' wealth and boosting the level of equity in local neighborhoods
by Carl Medford Oct 19
Opinion
Now that it's finally cool outside, it's the perfect time for sellers to roll up their sleeves and revamp their home's exterior. Use this checklist to help them make a solid first impression with their curb appeal this fall
by Nicole Solari Oct 18
Opinion
This week, Byron Lazine and Nicole White discuss why you shouldn’t ignore Zillow, how inbound moves have shifted and Ryan Serhant’s new brokerage
by Byron Lazine Oct 16
Opinion
Previously Infusionsoft, this CRM is focused on small businesses in multiple industries but has some unique ways to appeal to real estate agents
by Craig C. Rowe Oct 16
Opinion
Be selective, take your time and if you make a mistake, don’t be too proud to fix it
by Erica Ramus Oct 15
Opinion
Although no app is going to replace agents, the concern of disruption in the industry is real. And nothing seems to stoke those fears more than non-traditional ways of buying and selling a home
by Jay Thompson Oct 15
Opinion
Nobody likes moving, and everyone will likely agree that the process is often tedious, frustrating and generally unpleasant. However, there are ways to make it less painful for your clients. Here's how
by Jay Thompson Oct 14
Opinion
Looking for a little clarity on this week's news? Windermere Chief Economist Matthew Gardner discusses the potential consequences of low mortgage rates and persistently low levels of inventory
by Matthew Gardner Oct 13
Opinion
Unfortunately, DIY sellers often have to go through these sometimes painful motions to get a much-needed reality check
by Cara Ameer Oct 13
Opinion
In a post-pandemic world, features that were once taken for granted are now becoming precious to homebuyers. Now, the idea of luxury means something different, and it includes these new in-demand aspects
by Gerard Splendore Oct 12
Opinion
An assistant can be the best thing you can do for your business so that you can take it to the next level
by John Giffen Oct 11
Opinion
With COVID-19 limiting access to listings, buyer visits are at a premium. Sellers hoping for an offer need to ensure nothing alienates a buyer who goes through the hassle of viewing their home in person
by Carl Medford Oct 10