Opinion
Brokerages should support local charities, but if agents are asked to commit financially, they should have a say. One way to avoid problems is to have several charities agents can choose from
by Anthony Askowitz | Apr 16
Caryn Kramer sees property ownership as a gateway to helping people — from California all the way to Haiti
by Craig C. Rowe | Dec 7
People will respond to your true passion and relate to you in a big way
by Matt Ashworth | Nov 22
The real estate marketing company is providing access to digital and print materials
Treat your charity like it's a business
by Sascha Janzen | Feb 24
Annual grant recognizes real estate professionals in the Mid-Atlantic region for dedication to civic issues and charitable efforts
by Jennifer Riner | Oct 4
Find out how one real estate tech company is spreading the love and engaging agents and clients
by Dani Vanderboegh | Apr 29
Give a little back, and have fun doing it
by Deidre Woollard | Dec 8
A look at several philanthropic programs and contributions in real estate
by Billy Ekofo | Oct 28
You attract more bees with honey
by Jimmy Burgess | Oct 27

Kim Eichorn, a Realtor with Lyon Real Estate in Davis, California, and one of three winners of the California Association of Realtors (CAR) Champions of Home, puts her love of real estate and community philanthropy down to her mother. Eichorn fell into real estate in her 30s. When she was pregnant with her second child in the mid 1990s, she needed an excuse to get out of the house a bit more, missing her former meeting planning career, so cautiously accepted her mother’s offer to learn about the real estate trade. Her mother, Peggy Eichorn, was a high-profile agent at Lyon Real Estate.

by Gill South | Oct 14
Gen Y might just be the most valuable asset out there
by Marnie Blanco | May 6
Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate becomes exclusive residential real estate sponsor of Rebuilding Together
by Paul Hagey | Mar 26