Be fully prepared to support your clients virtually, guide them through each step comfortably and answer all questions before signing on the dotted line
by Mauricio Umansky | May 14
Appraisers, just like many others in the industry, have had to make changes and adapt to the current situation. Here are the many ways COVID-19 has affected their day-to-day operations
by Mason Spurgeon | Apr 28
In a world of fierce competition, it's easy to imagine dystopian outcomes for our industry
by Teresa Boardman | Oct 3
Stop the 'woe-is-me' and fearing you’ll be replaced. Go forth and guide your clients through the process of buying and selling homes
by Jay Thompson | Aug 7
Despite the plethora of new tech and abundant online information, the fundamentals of the real estate transaction process remain the same
by Teresa Boardman | Jul 18
One broker's satirical take on keeping women out of top real estate positions in 2019
by Teresa Boardman | Jan 10
The owner warned them not to show the listing at night, but they did it anyway
by Jason Haber AND Deborah Ribner | Oct 26
A visit to the techie brokerage's office in the nation's capital yields a closer look at its new Redfin Concierge program and the influence it's having on the local competition
by Teke Wiggin | Oct 8
Jeff VanderMeer, author of sci-fi novels 'Annihilation' and 'Borne,' shared his house hunting horror stories on Twitter
by Carl Franzen | Jul 3
Why competition makes us better
by Teresa Boardman | Apr 5
Some leads follow-up on their own
by Craig C. Rowe | Jan 2
This year will be the year of 'the woman'
by Teresa Boardman | Dec 29
A satirical take on the industry's biggest problems
by Teresa Boardman | Apr 20