NextHome snagged first place from Keller Williams, which didn't make the cut in this year's annual Franchise Business Review list
While the solution to dealing with a bad tenant may seem clear, evicting one is often a complicated process of last resort
Nationwide, rent prices grew by 2.9% year-over-year in December 2019 — down from 3% in November
Getting all the facts before taking a stand leads to quicker, cleaner resolutions
Some come armed with iBuyer bids they present, and others paint such offers as invariably inferior
Sometimes, tech can't help you do it all
The most annoying behavior is creating more work for agents without creating a mutually beneficial relationship
The managing partner of Better Homes and Gardens Rand Realty said at ICNY that he believes New York City's market improved when brokerages started sharing active listing data. Now they need to fix the sales data black hole
The policy change will only apply to agents who join the company on or after April 1, 2020
The Gunderman Group includes 18 people and will now be part of KW Oakland, a Keller Williams franchise
24 out of financial service company IPX1031's 30 cities to buy investment properties in were located in the South or Southeast
Jon Coile, who is also a vice president at HomeServices of America, said at ICNY that today's boundaries around MLS data make little sense
A new study by SmartAsset calculated the average annual take-home pay across 25 cities by using worker earnings after accounting for income taxes
Here are a few major resources — some they have to bring to the table — that you should encourage new agents to lean into
With so many companies investing in platforms and big data, what are the anticipated differentiating factors?
Brokerages are rushing to arm agents with the latest tools and to get closer to the consumer. But what happens to the data when you leave? Be mindful of who owns your consumer data and leads.