Inman has published more than 640 stories on the coronavirus. Here's our comprehensive list of coverage
Although Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed House Bill 2412, which would have reclassified real estate as essential in Pennsylvania, he has reopened statewide real estate with restrictions
COVID-19 brought about a set of new obstacles to industry professionals, including an increased risk of cybercrime. So what can real estate agents do to avoid falling victim to internet scammers?
An agent was showing a home with a young girl in Caneyville, Kentucky, when a man shot at her with a .22-caliber gun
An assistant manager at Coldwell Banker shares how her office adapted to the coronavirus throughout March and the important leadership lessons she's learned since then
Notable independent brokerage Crye-Leike will be introducing the same Nodalview-powered concept to its southeastern US offices as the pandemic continues to hamper in-person showings
There's potential in this free app's value to open house marketing, but its developer needs to delve deeper into its competition and find out more about how agents leverage open house contacts
As a real estate agent, True Cross frequently helps clients deal with moving issues. This time, however, she was making the move, in the middle of the coronavirus crisis in LA. Here's her story, plus a few tips she learned to help ease the stress of a future move
Being quarantined at home equals more time to accomplish long-delayed tasks. So, the pressure to plan the future is on. Here, one indie broker shares why she is refraining from doing that
In certain situations, it becomes necessary to list or show properties. When that happens, agents need to be prepared, especially if they're in a 'hot spot.' Here are a few things to keep in mind
If you're deemed an essential business, is it still the right call to remain open?
It's easy to lead when things are going well. The real challenge is navigating your agents, staff and community through tough times. As a leader, these are the areas you need to focus on
For many, losing important daily rituals and a basic sense of control is a difficult reality to swallow. Some even grieve normalcy. Here's what you can do to manage those feelings
A recent Inman survey showed that the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic have been mixed so far. But nearly everyone in real estate thinks they'll eventually suffer
In this time when things are always changing, it's easy to fall for the host of misconceptions that live online. Here, we're setting the record straight on a few half-truths and confusing information
A job — any job that pays the bills — is essential to our financial health. But should the real estate business be considered 'life-sustaining'? And is the risk worth the reward?
An award-winning national property manager responds to reduction in face-to-face showings by rolling out Rently's patented touring technology
Coronavirus is isolating us all, but once upon a time there was a magical place called Cheers. Take this quiz to determine how well you remember the late 1980s and early 1990s
After initially denying rumors, BHHS confirmed an attendee at the conference in Nashville later developed symptoms. BHHS is now advising attendees to talk to doctors immediately