How to leverage changes in the luxury market into advantages and opportunities
by Inman Sep 13
New agents are a big part of a brokerage’s success. A good way to attract and recruit them is through effective and eye-catching marketing and branding campaigns that highlight your brokerage’s key differentiators. Here are a few tips
Opinion
A solid agent will be good anywhere. However, the decision of where you hang your license can determine a lot about how you take your business to the next level — and whether you'll even make it in real estate
by Joseph Santini Aug 16
Updated agenda, new speakers and a fresh new take on how to succeed in today’s luxury market — explore the Luxury Connect agenda and speakers now!
by Inman Aug 4
Join us at Luxury Connect in Las Vegas Oct. 25-26th
by Inman Jul 29
The launch of KW New Homes comes amid an ongoing period of historically low housing inventory, making new homes an especially appealing area of focus for many agents
by Jim Dalrymple II Jul 27
With so many real estate agents calling it quits within the first couple of years, those early-career decisions can prove to be vital in setting you up for long-term success
by Christy Murdock Jul 8
Opinion
While hiring staff to take on tasks you’re not best at is a common way of growing a team, it can be incredibly costly to hire out a task you haven't mastered yet. Here’s what you should consider before opting to 'hire it out'
by Jeff Glover Jun 14
ERA Sunrise Realty broker David Moody shares why grit, perseverance and committing to 'doing things the right way' are the keys to creating a solid agent lineup
by Marian McPherson Apr 29
Happy teams are less likely to leave your brokerage — that's why it's important to make sure they have the right tools, resources and training needed to succeed
by Kathleen Black Apr 29
Opinion
If you’re not out there interacting with the public on a face-to-face basis, chances are you’ve become a secret agent — and that has to change. Here is a variety of fun and engaging ways to get strangers to ask you about your job and real estate
by Bernice Ross Apr 14
Is your brokerage there to support your goals, growth and success in real estate? If not, then perhaps it's time to move on and look for a different place to house your team. Here are a few signs to look for when making that decision
by Kathleen Black Apr 8
The multifamily housing industry has long faced a high turnover rate, but ramping up online trainings and recognizing employee achievements could significantly help, according to a recent survey
At Inman Connect, leaders from BHGRE came together to discuss how brokers can better help agents build roadmaps, establish systems and remain 'dynamic'
by Craig C. Rowe Jan 28