Opinion
Brokers and agents in California need to start adjusting their roles as the law defining contractors v employees is upended
by Bernice Ross | May 13
Bank’s employee cross-selling scheme could have collateral damage for mortgage lending -- here's how to help clients clean up the mess
by Amy Tankersley | Oct 10
One agent's success in growing his business
by Chris Haddon | Sep 8
Time dedicated to writing a business plan is time well spent
by Than Merrill | Oct 21
Opinion
It might be the best thing that's happened to the industry in a long time
by Jose Perez | Sep 24
After Oct. 3, e-signatures will make tracking the process much easier
by Michael Laurie | Aug 20
6 significant factors determine how the employee-employer relationship should work
by Kimberly Manning | Jul 21
California Labor Commission's Uber decision has implications for this industry
by Kimberly Manning | Jun 18
Ruling confirms that real estate agents are considered independent contractors
by Kimberly Manning | Jun 3
Although many aren't loving the prospect, there are some benefits to the change
by Bernice Ross | May 4
Steps brokers and agent leaders can take to prevent costly legal action
by Bernice Ross | Jan 26
Trulia and realtor.com operator Move also growing workforces modestly
by Paul Hagey | Oct 2
If courts reclassify agents as employees, what will this mean for virtual brokerages, underperforming agents?
by Bernice Ross | Jul 7
How to decide whether to hire employees, independent contractors or virtual assistants
by Bernice Ross | Apr 24