Usually, when a home isn't selling, it boils down to 3 main reasons. The good news? Once you identify what's wrong and fix it, you'll be well on your way to achieving your goals
by Santiago Arana Nov 9
The last thing agents want is to work with prospects for weeks before realizing it was a complete waste of time. This can be avoided, however, by having the proper prescreening process in place for vetting clients. Here are a few tips
by Andre Clayton Sep 10
As buyers and sellers second-guess their desires to seal the deal in an uncertain world, many are citing reasons related to the pandemic as justification for breaking contracts. As a result, threats of legal action and lawsuits between buyers and sellers appear to be on the rise
by Lillian Dickerson May 28
Opinion
This year brought significant changes in the way homes are bought and sold. To accommodate this new reality, sellers need to be prepared — and agents need to provide the necessary coaching. Here are five important steps
by Carl Medford May 18
In real estate, you want to see the best possible outcomes for your clients
by Inman Apr 5
Inspections, low (or no) offers, lack of control and more
by Cara Ameer Jan 10
The year of the homeseller, a female CEO of NAR and more
by Brad Inman Dec 13
Without taking the first offer that comes along
by DJ Morris Sep 28
Opinion
What to do when another agent's buyers come a-callin'
by Sue Benson May 31
Refusing to accept a listing can be the smartest decision you'll make
by Cathy Turney Apr 18
Use know-how to set unrealistic sellers straight
by Deidre Woollard Apr 2
Refusing to accept a listing can be the smartest decision you'll make
by Cathy Turney Mar 27