The trade group has quietly denounced the suits' claims in an FAQ to its approximately 1,100 Realtor associations
by Andrea V. Brambila | May 3
Find out what this top coach thinks is a racket
by Byron Lazine | Apr 5
The listing agent, the buyer's agent, the buyer — one broker makes a case for all three 
by Troy Palmquist | Feb 14
Seasoned agents have learned not to take prospects at their word — ultimately, their actions, or lack thereof, will show their true intentions
by Cara Ameer | Dec 12
When homeowners put limits on the possibilities, they create a more difficult and cumbersome selling experience
by Cara Ameer | Nov 28
Wasting your colleagues' time does nothing for your reputation
by Missy Yost | Oct 9
If you want to knock out your competitors, experiment with some of these tools — and stay within your budget
by Bernice Ross | Sep 24
Is brutal honesty is the best policy? Yes, but be careful how you phrase things
by Cara Ameer | May 21
If you get into the habit of leaving feedback, you will gain a reputation for professionalism that opens dialogue, broadens your network, and ultimately, boosts your bottom line
by Dan McCarthy | May 9
It just might weed the weak agents out of the industry
by Bernice Ross | Apr 16
Potential buyers make snap decisions while skimming listings on their smartphone
by Carl Medford | Apr 9
Don't miss out these underutilized resources
by Pat Hiban | Jan 31
The more effective your showing appointments, the higher your opportunity for closing the sale
by Jennifer Santana | Nov 13
The fallacies and problems of working with only one agent
by Bernice Ross | Nov 6
Let’s refocus on delivering quality service by throwing out the rules
by Greg Fox | Oct 25