'I was just taught that courage is not the absence of fear; it’s doing it anyway. It was really a huge gift because when you start teaching yourself to walk through fear, you start to really expand your opportunities.' - Molly Bloom
by Andrea V. Brambila | Jul 12
Here are some refreshers on the basics of quickly getting off to a productive start in your real estate career
by Chris Haddon | Jul 9
Former REBNY president John Banks is retiring after 5 years at the group's helm and will be replaced by executive VP Jim Whelan
by Patrick Kearns | Jun 26
'If you value how your business world will look tomorrow, you better be there.' - Boris Geheniau
by Inman | Apr 23
Mark your calendars! These valuable opportunities can lead to the most meaningful connections
by Inman | Apr 11
Industry heavyweights both familiar and fresh will be challenged by real estate outsiders
by Inman | Mar 25
There were 9,100 Blockbuster Video stores in 2004 — now there is 1
by Chris Drayer | Mar 13

Homesnap Pro+ offers a user-friendly way for real estate agents to claim their name online, with three core functions that will make the process of creating a Google Business profile — and benefiting from it — accessible to agents at any “tech” level.

by Rachael Hite | Feb 18
Buyers, sellers, office staff, other agents — pamper the people who mean the most to you
by Katie Lance | Feb 13
Opinion
Integrity first, client first — do that, and the agent piece of the puzzle falls into place naturally
by Erica Ramus | Jan 6
Cooler heads prevail as real estate professionals say most of their clients are well aware that markets ebb and flow
by Patrick Kearns | Oct 12
The 30-year-old commercial brokerage gives Windermere a larger footprint in commercial sales and leasing in Seattle
by Patrick Kearns | Oct 5
"The client typically has been very successful, is typically more sophisticated and is used to being right and winning"
by Inman | Sep 27
Opinion
The ability to 'swipe right' to find a perfect match at first glance or 'swipe left' to dismiss those that aren’t has changed the house-hunting environment
by Chris Wilkins | Sep 25
Opinion
Historically, the real estate industry has been — and continues to be — a bellwether for socio-political change