Close industry watcher Mike Delprete returns to the Inman stage with his latest, exclusive findings about iBuyers and the disruption and opportunity they are causing the real estate industry.
Game-changing speaker to be announced.
With a significant lawsuit looming, DOJ interest in the industry increasing, and department of states coming at the state level, it’s clear that regulators are becoming more interested in the residential real estate business. How might this reshape the industry in the decade to come?
Inspiration and motivation from beyond the real estate industry.
Since 2008, Ron Peltier has served as executive chairman of HomeServices of America, Inc., a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate and the country’s second-largest residential brokerage firm. He takes the Inman stage to discuss all he’s seen in the business, and where the home services stack is heading, in this fireside chat.
Top agents and rising stars talk about the business from a street-level perspective. What are the specific evolutions in the business that they’re seeing, and how can it boost your business in 2020?
Followed by a Q&A with an industry leader.
Speaker to be announced.
Meet the man who has become the money whisperer to the super-rich NBA elite. His insights on business and trust will inspire you no matter your level of basketball fandom.
Industry leaders confront the most pressing issues of the day.
An incredible but true story made possible by our modern world.
Listings, sharing and collaboration has been the foundation of our industry for decades, but lately it’s been under fire. Is the Coming Soon status a clever marketing play, or just a last-ditch effort to reinforce old power structures?
Citizen, NextDoor, and Ring are all playing different roles in the neighborhood information and intelligence game. Hear from the teams where each is going, and what it means for consumers.
And what does it mean for Compass and the future of disruption?
Teams that operate as their own businesses have gained greater traction in recent years. How does this change the agent experience and is there still a place for the single star agent?