From live tours to videoconferencing, building on the changes that emerged during the pandemic will ensure comfort, safety and convenience in this new normal. Here's one team's experience
by James Harris AND David Parnes Jun 17
Opinion
Although COVID-19 has had devastating effects on our country, both in terms of personal tragedies and economic misfortune, in some ways, it has been a gift as well
by Carl Medford May 11
HomeRover has announced new features to its live tour app for agents and homebuyers. The refocused version includes a more business-tailored interface for agents and improved consumer-facing features and usability
by Craig C. Rowe May 11
The iOS and Android app is ready to go, seeking MLS and brokerage partnerships to streamline in-person property tours
by Craig C. Rowe Mar 1
The Inman Connect audience was offered a unique look at what website developers Agent Image believe is the future of listing presentations and online open houses.
by Craig C. Rowe Jan 26
For a transaction to go over smoothly, agents have to maintain professionalism while keeping the process as pleasant as possible for everyone involved. If you're a listing agent, now's the time to stop these irksome behaviors
by Michelle Shelton Jan 26
Our businesses might look different now — and the marketing aspect of it is no exception. Here are 3 key factors that can help agents adapt to this changed digital format
by Kathleen Black Nov 25
Opinion
With so many aspects of the career to master, it’s easy to get distracted, but avoid these errors from the beginning
by Gerard Splendore Nov 9
Here's how to beat iBuyers at their own game, where to find transactions, how to leverage short-form videos and more nifty strategies all agents need to shift their attention to today
by Bernice Ross Oct 28
Opinion
Although sensational headline stories are the ones that fuel discussions on agent safety, other more everyday occupational hazards are worthy of attention, too. Here's why
by Teresa Boardman Sep 24
An NAR survey finds more than half of agents are still hosting open houses alone, but more agents are carrying protection in the form of pepper spray and firearms
by Andrea V. Brambila Sep 14
Opinion
When it comes to real estate, people still hold on to a host of tired, old-school beliefs that are hard to shake off. But to ensure a successful sale, agents need to educate their sellers on how the process actually works today. Here's how
by Cara Ameer Aug 18
Opinion
More this week: A few ways agents can practice safety at open houses and the Houston Association of Realtors' decision to change the term 'master' bedroom
by Byron Lazine Jul 3
Opinion
The attack on Keller Williams agent Lenora Farrington is yet another poignant reminder of why we as an industry need to stop holding open houses immediately
by Jay Thompson Jun 24
Opinion
The small New York City brokerage has always been tech-focused, but growth and the need for more business efficiencies led to the development of Alfred, an in-house lead and marketing solution
by Craig C. Rowe May 29