Side CEO Guy Gal talks to Brad Inman on his podcast about how top-producing agents can maximize client experiences and generate more business by offloading administrative work.
There are new standards for the vacation rental market, and new ways that families are looking at vacations. Vacasa interim CEO Matt Roberts breaks it down on Brad Inman’s podcast.
In advance of his big appearance at Connect Now next week, Adam Contos, CEO of RE/MAX, joins Brad Inman on his podcast to discuss the state of the market.
Gary Beasley, CEO of Roofstock, joins Brad Inman on his podcast to discuss investment opportunities for residential real estate. That’s core to Roofstock’s mission to simplify the process of investing in single-family rental homes.
A true real estate pro offers a checklist on Brad Inman’s podcast for brokers, owners and Realtors to reengage their clients, customers, and most importantly, agents.
In this special edition of his Daily Dispatch podcast, Brad Inman gets down to the nitty-gritty with two agents who are experiencing the effects of the pandemic on their business.
Zillow’s chief industry development officer talks to Brad Inman on his podcast about the changing value propositions for brokerages in the post-pandemic world.
Inman contributor Kevin Woody talks with Brad Inman on his podcast about the lessons and takeaways for agents coming out of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The CEO of the Austin Board of Realtors explains to Brad Inman on this episode of his podcast why virtual tours are the future.
On this episode of his podcast, Brad Inman talks to Lake Tahoe agent Amie Quirarte about how the pandemic is affecting the mindset of buyers and sellers in a luxury, second-home market.
At the risk of sounding too optimistic, Paul Boomsma and Brad Inman discuss the positives in real estate right now.
HouseCanary CEO Jeremy Sicklick talks to Brad Inman about how pending sales and fewer listings are signaling a tightening market.
Roostify’s CEO tells Brad Inman what’s happening in the world of lending and regulation, and what customers can come to expect with lending options.
Baird & Warner’s CEO tells Brad Inman that although some people think agents aren’t working right now, the truth is business has slowed but not stopped.