How much money should you invest in real estate?
Real estate investing puts your money to work in the form of an income-producing property that can then be used to help finance your next property. The biggest barrier is also the simplest one: money
by Luke Babich Nov 1
Latino wealth gains largely driven by real estate investments: NAHREP
Property values make up 52% of Latino household assets as a result of homeownership and investment property assets, according to State of Hispanic Wealth Report reea
by Lillian Dickerson Oct 12
The next class of luxury homesellers is younger than you might think
In 2020, nearly half of homesellers were baby boomers or part of the silent generation, but through the next year, a whopping 80% of luxury sellers will be millennials and Gen Xers
by Lillian Dickerson Sep 23
Homebuyers are becoming more diverse — and facing 'headwinds'
A demographics panel at NAR's Real Estate Forecast Summit talked about the declining share of first-time homebuyers, the 'baby bust,' and the rise in multigenerational living
by Andrea V. Brambila Dec 11
Can a life coach help your real estate business?
A life coach can help you level up your career and create balance for a fulfilling life
by Adam Hergenrother Aug 27
To get rich in real estate, you have to understand 1 simple reality
Most salary surveys will tell you that the average salary for a real estate agent in the US is just $40K a year
by Kevin Leonard Oct 22
San Francisco skyline
San Francisco is the most billionaire-dense city on earth, but NYC and Hong Kong top it in overall numbers, according to the latest Wealth-X Global Billionaire Census
by Jim Dalrymple II May 14
What you should know about the next generation of wealth
Agents must adjust their own preconceived views on luxury and influence in order to best serve this demographic of emerging affluence
by Anthony Hitt Jan 12
Apartment for rent
A shocker of a finding, but don't go selling your house just yet...
The government pays more to rich homeowners than poor renters
Housing subsidies are going to wealthy homeowners at nearly twice the rate of low income renters
by Patrick Kearns Oct 13
McMansion Hell

The humorous blogger joined a panel in New York City to discuss the “architecture of consumption,” and what our living spaces say about us.

by Brad Farberman Oct 12
Podcast: The 10 biggest lies in real estate (part 2)
3 reasons being a real estate agent is the best job ever
Podcast: The 10 biggest lies in real estate: Part 1
Podcast: What rich people know that you don't
The character traits of the affluent and their effect on wealth