Opinion
Here’s how to prepare, spot opportunities and thrive more than you ever have while others struggle in the throes of a market crash
by Luis Leiva | Jun 14
Opinion
Agents should insist on setting the best price before agreeing to terms with sellers and 'cut bait' when the advice on pricing goes ignored for too long
by Anthony Askowitz | Sep 17
Simply knowing your worth is invaluable to business growth
by Matt Johnson | May 16
Downpayment protection program returns homebuyers’ nest egg if they must sell their home during a market downturn
by Amy Tankersley | Oct 12
Foreclosures are down, but some are getting ready for the next housing bust
by Daren Blomquist | Jun 30
Appraisal management companies blamed for undervaluation
by Jack Guttentag | Jul 27
Letters From the Home Front
by Kris Berg | Sep 24

Jeffrey Bastress, president of Startpoint Realty in Massachusetts, discusses the slowdown in sales in his market and how his company has made changes to better work with buyers and sellers. Many agents in his company are becoming mortgage brokers so they can better educate buyers on the loan side.

by Inman | Feb 22

Jeffrey Bastress, president of Startpoint Realty in Massachusetts, discusses the slowdown in sales in his market and how his company has made changes to better work with buyers and sellers. Many agents in his company are becoming mortgage brokers so they can better educate buyers on the loan side.

by Inman | Feb 22