Buyers and agents are getting worn out in this extended seller's market. Here's how to help everyone cope
by Jeff Martel | Oct 3
Do you have a strategy to thrive in a market slowdown? Here are 6 approaches to help you do that
by Bernice Ross | Aug 19
Agents need to focus on more precise pricing and marketing strategies as the tide turns
by Nicole Solari | Jul 9
Homeowners who sold their home in Q1 2019 experienced an average price gain of $57,500 over purchase — a $2,500 quarter-over-quarter decline
by Marian McPherson | Apr 24
Agents will need to rely heavily on data and transparent communication as they present the realities to their sellers
by Jim Dalrymple II | Nov 23
It's unlikely the housing market will collapse, but experts believe prices and sales will merely hold steady, or dip slightly
by Jim Dalrymple II | Nov 20
Credit-challenged buyers with high-risk loans have flooded the market, driving up demand and home prices, according to the American Enterprise Institute
by Marian McPherson | Oct 1
Submit your highest offer upfront and put the seller's wants first, and your clients will be calling that house a home in no time
by Nicole Solari | May 29
Buyers are shelling out well above asking price to nab the homes they want
by Marian McPherson | Jan 11
The most listing price cuts happen in August, right before the end of summer
by Marian McPherson | Nov 14
Even in a seller's market, putting up a sign and waiting will not cut it
by Abhi Golhar | Sep 21
Remember, it’s not a done deal until everyone walks away from the closing table
by Mark Spain | Aug 3
How to ensure your buyers get the best deal
by Inman | Jul 17
A decade ago, it was hard to sell a house, and you must always be prepared to adapt
by Teresa Boardman | Apr 6
In a seller's market, buyers need a competitive edge, but where's the line between competition and encouraging bias?
by Keryn Giguere | Mar 10