A new study from Redfin shows the median home price in some of the country's most and least disaster-prone cities
by Patrick Kearns | Apr 16
An online magazine reporter went undercover as a homebuyer in Miami to find out what Realtors had to say about flooding and sea-level rise
by Jim Dalrymple II | Apr 3
Going into effect in July 2019, it will require lenders to accept private policies rather than just government ones
by Jim Dalrymple II | Feb 12
A GOP aide tells Inman action is anticipated soon
by Patrick Kearns | Nov 28
Proven tips on how to pull together and make a difference
by Troy Palmquist | Nov 15
Stephanie Neumann, a Realtor with Blue Team Realty, fears the entire town of Paradise, California, could be lost by the quickly spreading fire
by Patrick Kearns | Nov 8
Florida, Georgia, Alabama and the Carolinas are in a state of emergency from the strongest hurricane to make landfall in the US since 1992
by Andrea V. Brambila | Oct 10
The damage has been done — now it's time to make the rebuilding process as painless as possible
by Bernice Ross | Sep 18
The bureaucratic anguish of negotiating with an adjuster can be as stressful as the catastrophe
by Brad Inman | Oct 13
Smart companies already have a disaster plan in place, and actively train their teams
by Anthony Askowitz | Oct 2
You need an umbrella when you don't know it's going to rain
by Britt Chester | Oct 12
ListingCheck apps provide valuable hazard information to agent fingertips
by Kimberly Manning | Oct 10
You might have a plan, but does the city you live in?
by Inman | Sep 13
It pays to know what kind of insurance to have
by Britt Chester | Aug 18