As COVID-19 restrictions loosen up, business owners are faced with a few ethical dilemmas. As a broker-owner, when should you allow real estate transactions to take place? Here are a few soul-searching questions to ask yourself
by Erica Ramus | May 22
This year, Inman honors a much-needed figure in an industry still struggling with issues such as discrimination
by Jim Dalrymple II | Dec 23
Want closings in January and February? Don’t take off the month of December
by Erica Ramus | Dec 19
In the wake of the 'Newsday' findings, Realtor leadership has shown that change won’t come from the top down. It’s up to individuals to make change
by Chavi Hohm | Dec 5
To keep transactions moving, the best move is to communicate, communicate, communicate
by John Giffen | Aug 18
Shacara Delgado has worked at the real estate giant since 2002, and established a successful track record running enterprise-wide legal matters, according to the company
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jun 14
The number of elderly homeowners with dementia is likely to increase. We need to discuss how to transact with them ethically
by Teresa Boardman | May 2
We must demand more from (and for) ourselves if we want a better future for our industy
by Anne Sperling | May 24
'We are deeply honored,' said Realogy executive Richard Smith
by Marian McPherson | Mar 13
Many professionals work hard to earn respect and overcome the industry’s reputation
by Gill South | Nov 30
Great leadership stays on the front lines -- and other words of wisdom
by Tim & Julie Harris | Oct 19
A master marketing guru reveals how courting true fans is the best strategy
by Thomas Mitchell | Aug 4
What to expect when filing a grievance against a colleague
by Inman | Aug 1
How should veteran agents work with the less experienced?
by Inman | Jun 29
Seemingly, because everyone else is
by Mike Biundo Jr. | Jun 17