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
Opinion
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
Opinion
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
Opinion
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
Opinion
Seemingly, because everyone else is
by Mike Biundo Jr. | Jun 17
Opinion
What to do when another agent's buyers come a-callin'
by Sue Benson | May 31
You're expected to remain professional in every scenario
by Kellie Tinnin | Apr 19
How should Miami brokers and agents handle “borderline” ethical breaches?
by Anthony Askowitz | Mar 11
Tricks to find listings are often deceiving
by Inman | Oct 26
Real estate agent accused of filching pain medication from listing
by Inman | Jan 22