Don’t let your clients sweat over the list of small fixes. Instead, help them to discover could be real flaws, and use the report to show them how to maintain and care for their purchase
by Karen Kostiw | May 10
Whether it is posturing, stalling on purpose or issues that must be resolved, delays in the negotiation process can cause a domino effect for all involved
by Cara Ameer | Mar 6
The listing agent, the buyer's agent, the buyer — one broker makes a case for all three 
by Troy Palmquist | Feb 14
Make it easy for buyers to do what you want them to do — envision themselves buying and living in the home — and your sellers will sing your praises
by Nicole Solari | Dec 23
It seems like the disclaimers never end, and it's a bit of an inspection overkill
by Mark Slade | Oct 25
Everything your buyers need to know about getting their dream home inspected
by Nicole Solari | Aug 2
They might require extra time and more information at every step, but it’s a gratifying transaction
by Nicole Solari | May 23
$2.2 million is still owed on the Buckhead, Atlanta, mansion
by Marian McPherson | Jan 23
90% of US homes have either pets, pests or rodents
by Marian McPherson | Nov 30
Repairs unrelated to a safety issue or the breakdown of an expensive system are better left alone
by Missy Yost | Nov 30
Data analytics company's new AgileAppraisal product is primed to improve efficiencies
by Craig C. Rowe | Sep 21
I would never want to miss an inspection; here's why
by Andrew Wetzel | Mar 22
Inspections, low (or no) offers, lack of control and more
by Cara Ameer | Jan 10
It all depends on the sellers and the home
by Rachael Everly | Sep 16