Inman contributor Kevin Woody talks with Brad Inman on his podcast about the lessons and takeaways for agents coming out of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The CEO of the Austin Board of Realtors explains to Brad Inman on this episode of his podcast why virtual tours are the future.
On this episode of his podcast, Brad Inman talks to Lake Tahoe agent Amie Quirarte about how the pandemic is affecting the mindset of buyers and sellers in a luxury, second-home market.
At the risk of sounding too optimistic, Paul Boomsma and Brad Inman discuss the positives in real estate right now.
HouseCanary CEO Jeremy Sicklick talks to Brad Inman about how pending sales and fewer listings are signaling a tightening market.
Roostify’s CEO tells Brad Inman what’s happening in the world of lending and regulation, and what customers can come to expect with lending options.
Baird & Warner’s CEO tells Brad Inman that although some people think agents aren’t working right now, the truth is business has slowed but not stopped.
Homesnap CEO John Mazur talks with Brad Inman on his podcast about shifting your business model right now and the value of checking on your network.
The same real estate rules no longer apply, OJO Labs Chief Real Estate Officer Chris Heller tells Brad Inman in this episode of Brad’s podcast.
Divvy Homes’ co-founder Adena Hefets talks to Brad Inman on his podcast about new ways for renters to become homeowners.
There are good reasons to remain optimistic right now, EXIT Realty CEO Tami Bonnell tells Brad Inman in this episode of his podcast.
Two chief economists offer predictions for what’s coming next in the real estate market on Brad Inman’s podcast.
The rental transaction is riding the pandemic trend and possibly going fully remote, Zumper CEO Anthemos Georgiades tells Brad Inman.
Engel & Völkers Americas CEO Anthony Hitt expounds on the benefits of exploring hobbies during this downtime, but reminds us to stay focused.
Speaking to Brad Inman on his Daily Dispatch podcast, loanDepot CEO Anthony Hsieh unpacks what he sees going on in the mortgage market.
On this episode of Brad Inman’s podcast, Brad’s guest explains why the remote notary could be a silver lining of the pandemic.
Venture firms are still investing in startups, Pete Flint tells Brad Inman, but there’s one revolution on the horizon that should make you wary.
Two Realtors and a prominent proptech CEO talk to Brad Inman about how Realtors can help clients get through this crisis.
Compass California president tells Brad Inman how Compass agents are reacting to this market and what’s ahead for luxury.