A new report shows that cities in the South and West don't have enough housing, while expensive metros might have too much
by Jim Dalrymple II Jul 12
'There is no middle class any more,' one industry leader said of working in real estate this year. 'You’re either crushing it or you're struggling'
by Jim Dalrymple II Apr 12
Yep, Friday marks the 300th day of coronavirus lockdowns for millions of Americans. But while 2020 was prosperous for many, some agents long for a time when anxiety and virtual conferencing didn't rule the day
by Jim Dalrymple II Jan 8
Rent and mortgage payments are due. Different states have different strategies for people who can't pay during the pandemic. We're updating this post as the situation evolves
by Jim Dalrymple II Apr 28
61% of US markets saw foreclosure activity drop below pre-recession levels last month, but the numbers come with 'a huge caveat'
by Lillian Dickerson Apr 15
The coronavirus pandemic is forcing agents to do much more of their previously face-to-face business over a computer. Here are a few novel ways to make it work
by Jim Dalrymple II Mar 30
Let’s go beyond looking at laws and start building an awareness of what fair housing means in human terms
by Teresa Boardman Nov 29
Following a wave of headlines about open house-related crime, agents say safety issues are a growing concern
by Jim Dalrymple II Nov 12
On the 100th anniversary of the open house, a growing number of agents are debating their relevance. Others are simply walking away from the time-honored practice
by Jim Dalrymple II Nov 11
Lawmakers on Sunday approved a bill that would legalize duplexes and other 'missing middle' housing in neighborhoods that previously only allowed single-family homes
by Jim Dalrymple II Jul 1
The Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development said more cities should emulate Minneapolis and its unprecedented rezoning experiment
by Jim Dalrymple II Jun 19
Starts increased by less than 1% year-over-year in July, but increased as much as 107% in individual metros: analysis
by Marian McPherson Aug 21
The Department of Housing and Urban Development complaint alleges that parties refused to rent a home to a Native American and Mexican American family
by Patrick Kearns Aug 17
The company plans to reach 50 markets by 2020
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