9 fall-friendly social media ideas to spice up your marketing
Get more engagement and create conversations with this autumnal social media marketing plan that's ideal for the season
by Darryl Davis Sep 22
How to navigate the fall housing market: What you need to know
Join Inman Access and tune in to today's video class featuring Matthew Gardner as he provides an informative forecast on the fall housing market and what to expect in the coming months
by Claire Buzzanca Sep 18
2023 fall outlook: A cooler season roiled by homebuyer-seller friction
Commissions will take a hit from the seasonal real estate transaction fall-off. But unlike last year, home price growth may gain steam, according to an Intel analysis of housing market projections
by Daniel Houston Sep 13
The 2023 fall housing market won't look anything like the 2022 market
Windermere Real Estate Chief Economist Matthew Gardner revealed to Intel why an inventory surge in the fall of 2022 may have been a blip — and what that might mean for the housing market
by Daniel Houston Sep 13
As NAR searches for its next CEO, here's how it spends member dues
An Intel analysis of the National Association of Realtors' nonprofit tax filings between 2004 and 2021 reveals just how much the trade group pays its top executives and leadership team
California dreamin': The nightmare situations luxury agents deal with
From the seller who wanted to display a room full of snakes during a home showing to the renter who was an insurance scammer, the clients luxury agents deal with in California can be a handful
To win this summer, homebuyers in California are turning every stone
With some of the highest home prices in the nation, California buyers and sellers are having an abnormally difficult time managing higher mortgage rates, agents in the Golden State told Inman
by Marian McPherson Aug 4
Texas surged during COVID. Now, its luxury markets are being tested
Droves of people have flocked to Texas for new jobs, tax and affordability purposes, and political reasons, and demand from this new class of wealthy buyers is stretching luxury inventory thin
by Lillian Dickerson Jul 28
Will the second quarter of 2023 match real estate's Q1 meltdown?
Major real estate companies began reporting Q2 earnings this week against a backdrop of high rates, low inventory and a sluggish economy. Analysts shared what they're watching with Intel
by Jim Dalrymple II Jul 26
Amid the steel and glass, a warmer, fuzzier Billionaires' Row emerges
As Billionaires' Row continues to reshape Manhattan's skyline one 'supertall' at a time, agents say a new class of buyer is gradually reshaping the demographics of New York's most exclusive block
by Lillian Dickerson Jul 21
New Yorkers are white-knuckling a turbulent summer buyer's market
Like the energy of its premier city, homebuyers and sellers in New York State are grappling with a rollercoaster summer, with extreme buyers' and sellers' markets taking consumers on a wild ride
by Marian McPherson Jul 21
Virginia is for lovers, irked buyers, stubborn sellers and bidding wars
Despite sales falling by double-digits, agents and brokers in Alexandria, Richmond and Norfolk, Virginia, anticipate a summer of heated bidding wars, tough negotiations and market headwinds
by Marian McPherson Jul 7
5 years after Amazon staked its claim in Virginia, luxury is thriving
Since Amazon announced its ambitious HQ2 plans in 2018, Arlington's lower-tier luxury market has been ravaged by homebuyers and developers alike — and the rush show no signs of slowing
Summer Cooldown: New homes will offer a lifeline for some agents
Three leading economists share what's ahead for the summer, from the continued struggle with mortgage rates to a resurgence in bidding wars and the gift of new-home sales that keeps giving
by Marian McPherson Jul 5
Here's every AI platform real estate agents need to know about in 2023
Tools such as ChatGPT and DALL-E have opened the artificial intelligence floodgates and promise to permanently transform the way agents operate. But there's so much more to explore
by Jim Dalrymple II Apr 24