3 tips to help budding brokers go from surviving to thriving
Getting your broker's license is just the start of your professional story. Here's how to elevate your brokerage career to the highest heights
by Elisha Lopez Sep 28
When handling buyer objections, preparation is key, brokers say
Buyers with doubts need to know they're being heard. A well-oiled process for responding to their objections can help, Bianca D'Alessio and Aaron West said Thursday at Inman Connect Las Vegas
by Daniel Houston Aug 11
How much does it cost to open up a new brokerage?
Don’t let the costs scare you. Your willingness to plan and prepare will contribute greatly to your success as a brokerage owner
by Kevin Woody Aug 2
America's highest-volume broker on a real estate market in flux
The founder of the HomesUSA platform tells Intel how he became the nation's highest-volume broker — and what metrics he tracks each month
by Daniel Houston May 17
I'm a real estate agent. You can't tell me what to wear on the job
It’s time to recognize that the business of selling homes doesn’t require a blazer, but it does require personality and skills, and that is not one-size-fits-all
by Rachael Hite Feb 13
8 ways for agents to be the lighthouse in 2023
Consumers are overwhelmed with noise and nonsense surrounding real estate transactions. Help shed light against the negative naysayers by focusing on providing sensational customer service experiences instead
by Darryl Davis Jan 6
5 insights on what's next for real estate technology
These experts are shaping the future of real estate technology
by Inman Dec 8
Confront this shifting market at Inman Connect New York
Join us Jan. 24-26 to gain insights on how to crush it and come out on top in 2023
by Inman Nov 18
US hiring remains strong, but other sectors outpace real estate
Real estate employers added about as many jobs in September as would normally be expected this time of year, despite the market downturn
by Daniel Houston Nov 4
Striving for safety: Helping your agents learn self-defense and personal protection
62% of agents report that they have not taken a self-defense class before. This is one stat about safety that brokers can improve for their teams
by Jeff Lichtenstein Oct 13
The great agent reshuffle: Essential checklists you need to onboard agents in a down market
Onboarding and recruiting practices change in a shifting market. When inventory is low and competition is fierce, bringing on new team members requires extra focus and streamlined systems to keep chaos at bay
by Rachael Hite Oct 12
How to give peer-to-peer feedback that sharpens skills and doesn't sting
While people dread giving and receiving feedback, it can be one of the most powerful tools for improving professional performance
by Michael Zaransky Oct 6
Don't fall asleep at the wheel: Compliance and the 'designated broker' role
When you wear the hat of the designated broker, the stakes are very high. It's about staying on the right side of best practices so that you can keep your brokerage and your agents on the right side, as well
by Summer Goralik Sep 1
WATCH: How to recruit and retain to drive profits regardless of market condition
John Cheplak wants brokers to stop herding cats and to start building huge opportunities for their team. Brokers need to make real and meaningful change to retain and attract agents
by Rachael Hite Aug 25
Check in so your team doesn't check out: 4 strategies to boost morale
Put your attention toward these details, and you’ll create a positive, supportive environment where team members are happy, fulfilled and motivated — and that’s a powerful thing
by Rainy Hake Austin Aug 25