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
The NY Giants quarterback now holds the title of offloading the New Jersey city's highest-priced condo
by Patrick Kearns | Apr 18
Have your sellers spring clean to let the sunlight in
by Megan Wild | Apr 12
How to have the tough conversation when sellers are overvaluing their home
by Megan Wild | Mar 28
Opinion
Don't be caught off guard in these situations
by Chris Wilkins | Feb 28
Opinion
It's possible, and here are 5 ways to help them see past the imperfections when a house may be a truly great match
by Megan Wild | Feb 14
Homeowners take some knocks, but not as many as they could have. And investors, companies and commercial RE stand to gain.
by Leon Lazaroff | Jan 16
You won't be able to keep this trivia to yourself
by Seth Williams | Dec 20
No one is born knowing how to use software
by Lance Pendleton | Dec 20
Leading voices from Zillow to Fifth Wall Ventures to brokerage operators react to FCC's internet vote
by Patrick Kearns | Dec 14
A special seasonal edition of The Inman Files
by Brad Inman | Dec 14