Whether it’s a friend, family member or significant other, more and more people are buying a home with someone they’re not married to. What do your clients need to know to make it a smart move?
by Christy Murdock Edgar | Oct 15
Agents are split on whether transacting with a friend or family is the best ingredient for a healthy relationship
by Patrick Kearns | May 16
How to resuscitate a dying transaction
by Rebecca Donatelli | Feb 27
Trust your team to handle things in the office, put the phone away and focus on family time
by Lew Sichelman | Feb 1
Learn how to be adopted instead of excommunicated
by Joshua Jarvis | Dec 27
Avoid the temptation to mail it in with your friends and family
by Matt Ashworth | Oct 4
Focus on remembering the past while creating new memories with loved ones
by Bernice Ross | Dec 19
Everyone's opinion counts, even if they'll be gone after high school
by Thomas Mitchell | Sep 15
Why I learned to stop worrying and embrace it
by Teresa Boardman | Sep 8
Obstacles are a lot easier to clear with flexibility and an open heart
by Inman | Aug 24
Trulia report measured the percentage of renter and owner households who are in a space crunch
by Kimberly Manning | Aug 4
Thomas Curtiss went from part time to taking care of his family during the recession
by Tim & Julie Harris | Jul 27
An agent dad shares his tricks
by Phil Greely | Jun 19
The character traits of the affluent and their effect on wealth
by Tim & Julie Harris | Jun 7