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 Today 2:00 A.M.
Because real estate agents are always on the go, hopping from meetings to showings, you have to be prepared for anything that comes your way. This means keeping your car stocked with necessities. Here's a nifty list
by David Parnes AND James Harris Aug 20
These tips might not be new information, but in today's sensitive and stressful time, agents should do everything they can to ensure a productive and enjoyable showing experience
by Cara Ameer Jul 21
This week, we were hoping to read about the changes and shifts you've noticed in the summer of 2020 compared to last year. Instead, we heard this
by Inman Jul 14
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
What should brokers tell agents who want to go back to work but have concerns about safety as the country reopens?
by Anthony Askowitz Jun 16
Although it may be difficult to find a buyer with an ideal situation these days, there are a few things you can do to cut through the uncertainty and make the homeselling process as productive and seamless as possible
by Cara Ameer Jun 1
Opinion
With summer inching closer and the season's activities being canceled, kids are experiencing a lot more unstructured time, and parents today are more distracted than ever. Here are some child safety tips agents can send to their SOI
by Troy Palmquist May 21
As businesses across the country brace themselves to return back to the workplace, it's important to prepare properly. This list of must-do's from office-planning experts can help
Opinion
As a real estate agent, True Cross frequently helps clients deal with moving issues. This time, however, she was making the move, in the middle of the coronavirus crisis in LA. Here's her story, plus a few tips she learned to help ease the stress of a future move
by True Cross Apr 27
As Realtors, adhering to a "lofty ideal of moral conduct" is of critical importance, especially during times like this. Here are a few things you can do to make good on that promise
by David Michonski Apr 20
Moving is a stressful process, especially during a global pandemic. Here are answers to common questions your clients might have about moving safely
by Jenna Weinerman Apr 16
Don’t be afraid to use video conferencing tools, but understand how they work, how they can be abused, and how to minimize the nonsense and maximize the good
by Jay Thompson Apr 8
Luckily, there are a handful of tech solutions to solve any disagreements in procedure
by Anthony Askowitz Mar 24