lost, disoriented, perplexed, confused, confusion, sign
Broker Teresa Boardman writes that consumers and agents at large have the wrong information and the wrong idea about NAR, especially in the wake of its sexual harassment scandal
by Teresa Boardman Sep 11
Developer Richard LeFrak steps down from 140-year-old family firm
The longtime developer and CEO, who inherited the helm from his father Sam, will continue to work at LeFrak Organization as his sons, Jamie and Harrison, lead the company into the future
by Lillian Dickerson May 23
The SALT deduction: What to know and how it could change
Congress could repeal the current cap on state and local tax deductions, a move that the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget said would benefit wealthy homeowners rather than the typical middle-income family
Meet the 2 agents on California's gubernatorial recall election ballot
Agents David Bramante (R) and Kevin Paffrath (D) both made the ballot, and they are hoping for the chance to make their mark on California politics
by Lillian Dickerson Jul 22
8 more bodies found after Surfside condo building demolished
The remains of a partially collapsed luxury building in Surfside, Florida, were demolished in a controlled explosion on Sunday night amid concerns over Tropical Storm Elsa
$100K for a home in Brooklyn? Fuggedaboutit!
The New York Times editorial board asked 8 NYC mayoral candidates, 'Do you know the median sales price for a home in Brooklyn?' Some answers left New Yorkers baffled
by Lillian Dickerson May 12
Newly listed 'vampire house' features coffins, backyard cemetery
The unusual property listed by RE/MAX agent Matt Godbey went viral thanks to its ghoulish interior design choices
In chaotic times, Zillow becomes the solution to doomscrolling
People in 2020 are treating the ubiquitous real estate portal as part social network and part salve amid a global pandemic and geopolitical chaos. But don't expect a comments section
by Jim Dalrymple II Nov 20
Florida and New York go separate ways on eviction bans
Governor Ron DeSantis has allowed Florida's eviction ban to expire while Governor Andrew Cuomo expanded New York's tenant protections to apply to pre-COVID evictions
'Normal is over,' and agents need to lean on technology
'Million Dollar Listing' star Ryan Serhant said Tuesday that during a period of crisis, agents should turn to everything from Instagram to phone calls
by Jim Dalrymple II Jun 2
Ryan Serhant: 'We need to stand with the Black community'
The 'Million Dollar Listing' star said during Inman Connect Now that Americans need to proactively fight racism
by Jim Dalrymple II Jun 2
WeWork struggles to strike deal with landlords to reduce rent costs
As the COVID-19 pandemic causes cancellations to spike, WeWork CEO Sandeep Mathrani is pitching a revenue-sharing deal to the company's largest landlords
by Marian McPherson Apr 2
Up arrow buildings growth increase success
There might be some volatility ahead
by Lou Barnes Oct 25
Hope, dream and fix it: What agents can learn from 2020 candidates
What agents can learn from presidential marketing campaigns
by Bernice Ross Jun 24
The most important safety, court and crime stories of 2018
In 2018, real estate agents were arrested, blackmailed, shamed on social media and, in several cases, murdered