Local Logic, CrimeoMeter lock up deal to share crime stats on listings
Crime data became a hot issue in 2021, as Redfin and Realtor.com executives called for portals to cease providing it, and did so themselves
by Craig C. Rowe Aug 15
New Agent Lifesaver: What should I be doing while waiting for my buyers' pre-approval?
Don't waste time while you wait for your buyer to get pre-approved for a home loan. Here are some ways to be ready to hit the ground running
How safe are you? 17 essential safety tips for real estate agents
Opinion
Staying safe as a real estate agent is your first priority. Make these 17 best practices into your new daily habits
by Luke Babich Aug 9
2 working women thriving in real estate reveal what it takes to lead
Stop chasing balance and stop chasing perfection, Kendall Bonner of RE/MAX Capital Realty and Kymber Menkiti of Keller Williams Capital Properties, said at Connect Now on Thursday
by Taylor Anderson Jul 14
Going beyond Pride: Practical ways to be an ally all year long
Opinion
Pride is not just a once of year celebration, it should be recognized year-round. Read on as one agent shares their personal story of hope and the courage to speak up for better
by Nicholas Acosta Jun 24
The internet is a hotbed for criminal behavior
Opinion
It isn’t safe to be on the internet, but that is where business comes from these days. Here's what to look out for and ideas for keeping yourself safer from online predators
by Teresa Boardman Jun 22
How to help women and minorities in real estate rise 
Opinion
Leaders have to intentionally create space and structure for minorities on their team to have an equitable experience. This responsibility has the opportunity to create a lasting impact for your brokerage
by Rainy Hake Austin Jun 21
Part of the job? Hell no! Harassment of female agents has to end — now
Opinion
A man, possibly operating under a pseudonym, has been harassing women in real estate online and on phone calls for the past two years. He has been the subject of several complaints across the country, in New Jersey, Ohio, Virginia and California
by Rachael Hite Jun 8
4 selling strategies that need to shift with the market
Opinion
Although the tried-and-true has its benefits, there's nothing wrong with shaking things up and charting your own course in today's market. Question what you think you know about working with buyers and sellers today
by Rachael Hite May 13
Don't fall victim to Russian hackers: 14 tips
Opinion
More and more Russian hackers are looking to unleash cyberattacks across the world. Keep yourself and your clients safe
by Robert Siciliano Apr 11
Inventing Anna, The Dropout, WeCrashed: What TV's scam craze tells us about bad business
Opinion
Crimes of the heart and crimes of the wallet often go hand in hand. Here’s what you can learn from the recent spate of scam-based documentaries
by Christy Murdock Apr 11
Take more safety precautions: Tools, tech and tips that can help
Buyers are moving quickly today, relocating across the country and into smaller, more rural communities. Don't underestimate the intent of desperate people to say they're one of them
by Craig C. Rowe Apr 1
The gender problem: Getting past discriminatory practices
Opinion
Gender impacts money, professional progress and safety. Here are the challenges we must overcome and ideas on how to even the playing field
by Dani Vanderboegh Apr 1
That's not OK: The harassment women real estate agents face online
Opinion
Be your authentic self online, they said. That's easier said than done for many women in real estate who face judgment, harassment (and worse) just for posting
by Rachael Hite Mar 28
'I’m screwed:' This broker’s real-life hacking horror story
Opinion
We all need to figure out a way to live online — in the cloud — but we also need a way to survive if our systems go down. Let this real-life hacking horror story inform the way you protect yourself and your business
by Erica Ramus Mar 24