Although it was a challenge at first, now we're realizing the enormous benefits of running business in the digital space. That's why teams have to work on having the basics of virtual meetings down pat
John Stemmelin says he invested tens of thousands of dollars trying to build a 3D scanning business, but Matterport's promised leads never materialized
Connect Now continues as a series of one-day virtual events
What should brokers tell agents who want to go back to work but have concerns about safety as the country reopens?
“Team focused tech” is in hot demand - what every team needs to know
During the pandemic, technology was (and still is) at the heart of every real estate agent's business. But after the world reopens, how long will its impact last? A few agents weigh in
This new framework for doing business provides new opportunities
Compass CEO Robert Reffkin gave a peek behind one of the biggest tech decisions at Compass of the past few years during a discussion at Inman Connect Now
During Connect Now, Trulia co-founder and NFX Managing Partner Pete Flint explained what agents must do to stay relevant during the digital transaction revolution
Last week, we asked you to share the good things you'll likely remember after the worst is behind us. Here's what you had to say
Quigler uses state law and NAR Code of Ethics deal practices to manage real estate transactions and buyer and seller communications. But is it a guarantee of regulatory perfection?
In today's world, what is the best strategy for moving forward? The answer might be less about adopting new tech, and more about focusing on individualized service and a stellar client experience
When it dominates any conversation about how technology is changing the industry — in an era of amazing innovation — is the CRM really doing enough for real estate? As the de facto, must-have industry tech tool, it's time for true innovation
Research report: Real estate industry to get through COVID-19 with latest data, leadership and transparency
How brokers can help their agents come out the other side of the crisis in fighting form