More than a dozen agents who spoke with Inman said that inventory shortages and masks will probably be around for some time. But they're also seeing an active market in which offers are pouring in
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jun 26
Smaller landlords form the 'backbone' of the residential rental industry. But they have been largely excluded from the Paycheck Protection Program during the coronavirus pandemic
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jun 1
While landlords may have seen a drop in income due to coronavirus, tenants often face direct layoffs and much less of a financial cushion — and, as Motwani stresses, confrontation is simply not productive
by Veronika Bondarenko | Jun 1
Opinion
Typically, agents are at a loss as to how they should work with investors or if they should even do so at all. But by using the right rules of engagement, agents can boost their income and grow their business. Here are a few perks of working with investors
by Gary Wilson | May 28
An award-winning national property manager responds to reduction in face-to-face showings by rolling out Rently's patented touring technology
by Craig C. Rowe | Mar 23
The California Apartment Association represents owners and managers. Referring to the coronavirus pandemic, it said the 'challenge before us is one like we have never endured'
by Jim Dalrymple II | Mar 20
Opinion
A proptech entrepreneur who sold his previous company to RealPage has launched an app that pays agents to show apartments on behalf of busy property managers
by Craig C. Rowe | Feb 21
Opinion
Millennials and those in Generation Z have only been too enthusiastic to embrace this concept, for financial and social reasons.
by Michael Zaransky | Jan 21
Money, satisfaction, enjoyment: Here’s how to get more of everything you’re looking for from your job
by Christy Murdock Edgar | Jan 15
Opinion
Is it all doom and gloom? Not at all. Every broker who engages in property management can do the right thing
by Summer Goralik | Dec 31