Farrah Wilder, former civil rights attorney and licensed agent, will work to address persistent homeownership gaps
by Andrea V. Brambila Sep 23
Achieving 'sky-high ROI' isn’t about spending thousands of dollars on massive home improvements before you sell. Here are 3 low- to no-cost actions that net sellers a lot more on their home sales
by Kris Lindahl Sep 23
Fair housing was an outcry of American real estate's blind spot. Here are a few areas in the industry that still deserve more attention — plus ways to improve our line of sight
by Lee Davenport Sep 17
Opinion
Historically, cities have been the center for commerce and the arts. They used to be vibrant places that attracted young people. But what about now? And is marketing real estate in the city tough?
by Teresa Boardman Sep 10
Opinion
I went in search of an agent the old-fashioned way, by asking for recommendations. Six agents ended up replying, and I sent them each 61 questions. Yes, 61.
by Andrea V. Brambila Sep 4
A new survey commissioned by LendEDU found that low rates lured in new buyers, but now many are struggling to pay their mortgage
by Andrea V. Brambila Sep 2
Opinion
Looking for a little clarity on this week's news? Windermere Chief Economist Matthew Gardner looks at last week's real estate and economic announcements, explaining what the data and numbers mean, especially in the context of COVID-19
by Matthew Gardner Sep 1
Opinion
The seat of a bike is a great way to really see the harsh realities of a city. Here's what one broker observed as she biked her way along homeless encampments
by Teresa Boardman Aug 27
Opinion
Looking for a little clarity on this week's news? Windermere Chief Economist Matthew Gardner takes a deep dive into the latest data on household debt and credit and what it might mean for post-COVID economic recovery
by Matthew Gardner Aug 25
Opinion
This year's increased rate of homeownership represents the largest quarterly increase on record. But is all actually what it seems? Windermere Chief Economist Matthew Gardner dives deeper into homeownership rates
by Matthew Gardner Aug 11
Opinion
While volunteering to collect data for the Mapping Prejudice Project, one broker did a deep dive into the history of structural racism and the racially restrictive property deeds that affected generations in her hometown
by Teresa Boardman Jul 30
Thanks to the coronavirus, 43 percent of renters who had been preparing to buy a home have now changed their plans, according to a new report from RentCafe
by Jim Dalrymple II Jul 8
Based on panel and taxing entity data, researchers found Black and Hispanic homeowners pay up to 13% more in property taxes, according to a joint study by Indiana University and the University of California-Berkeley
by Marian McPherson Jul 6
By determining and dominating a geo-farm, agents can become the go-to resource in that area. Although, yes, it's a method that takes time and commitment, the long-lasting results are worth it. Here are a few factors to think about
by Brandon Doyle Jul 6
Opinion
With the overwhelming effects of the pandemic and the racial injustices people are facing and fighting every single day, one common need is emphasized now more than ever: the American dream
by Troy Palmquist Jul 4