U.K.-based Pavegen uses high-tech pavers to both generate electricity and collect data
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jul 3
Flat-fee brokerage seeking to infiltrate U.S. fights analyst claims across the pond
by Emma Hinchliffe | Feb 15
A look at London, New York City and Dubai

With most job markets becoming competitive for both young job-seekers and older career professionals, many are not confident in establishing, much less sustaining, a certain level of active income. Given the situation, some investors see that opportunity resides most in global real estate. Whether it’s from modern in-city living or vacation-style accommodations, people can always profit from real estate. They just have to know what to look for.

by John Anderson | May 9
And what international investors can do to cash in on the growth
by Azam Mahmood Butt | Nov 17
New study by Wealth-X and Sotheby’s International Realty shows preference for US properties
by Kimberley Sirk | Nov 13
The pros and cons of both purchase plans
by Yulia Kozhevnikova | Nov 2
Moscow property prices are struggling to keep up appearances among the world's leading cities
by Yulia Kozhevnikova | Oct 23
Plus 4 reasons to work with expats
by Garrett Kenny | Oct 1
It's the only way to think in real estate
by Roh Habibi | Jul 9
NAR: Economic conditions, tight financing and limited inventory dampen sales
by Inman | Jun 25
Opinion
4 tips to get more visitors, boost conversion rates and close more deals
by Andrew Taylor | May 28
NAR: International sales volume up 24 percent
by Inman | Jun 12
New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas top the list
by Inman | Mar 29
Florida is top state, Las Vegas the No. 1 city
by Inman | Feb 2