Real estate agent in hot water over costly missing apostrophe
Agent Anthony Zadravic is faced with hundreds of thousands of dollars in court costs after he neglected to place a crucial apostrophe in a Facebook post bashing his former workplace
by Lillian Dickerson Oct 11
How agents use encrypted apps to scout off-market listings
Agents, investors and developers are taking to Telegram and Facebook's free, encrypted instant messaging and voice-over-IP service to network and find off-market listings
Can eXp Realty maintain rapid, sustainable growth in 2022?
There's no doubt that eXp has been on a hot streak, but that doesn't mean the brokerage lacks challenges to consider as it looks to 2022, including scaling operations through rapid growth
by Lillian Dickerson Dec 29
Inside the metaverse: How agents can benefit from virtual real estate
More top luxury brokers are venturing into the metaverse; Inman explores what agents need to know about this nascent category of real estate
by Daniel Houston Jan 31
'Who says?' Avoid spreading misinformation with fans and followers
Reputation is everything in real estate, and the wrong share on social media can undermine years of goodwill. Find out how to check out information before you pass it along to others
by Jay Thompson Feb 24
Are real estate portals addictive? Consensus grows as users scroll
Psychologists, addiction experts and gamification specialists agree search portals like Zillow and Realtor.com can be irresistible to vulnerable users. But the question is, how big of a problem is it?
by Lillian Dickerson Mar 10
Inman Connect New York
Are you ready to grow your real estate business? Connect with the smartest real estate pros and learn their secrets at ICNY
by Jodie Cordell Mar 22
A comprehensive guide to finding inventory in today's market
Here, Inman has created an extensive resource for ways to find inventory — from old-school methods to more creative approaches — when it seems like there's nothing left on the shelves
by Lillian Dickerson Mar 30
Want a piece of Facebook history? Even if you don't, it's yours for $5.3M
The Silicon Valley home where a young Mark Zuckerberg, Dustin Moskovitz and Sean Parker gave birth to the social media network — now known as Meta — has listed for $5.3M
by Lillian Dickerson May 11