Think we're headed into a buyer's market? Guess again
Four agents in Chicago, St. Louis and Dallas share how they're helping homebuyers navigate a seller's market marred by economic fear and the coronavirus
by Marian McPherson | May 20
How landlords should prepare for common inspection questions today
In today’s world, how can landlords determine if an inspection is mandatory? And how do you establish proper visitation protocol? Here are a few questions and safety practices to consider
by Terry Ruscoe | May 8
One simple thing sellers can do to offer buyers peace of mind
Ben Joseph and David Moreno of Liberty Home Guard explain the importance of home warranties when selling a home
by Marian McPherson | May 1
10 video tour mistakes that can get you into trouble
When operating in crisis mode, it's easy for agents to forget the basics, gloss over certain policies and unintentionally make misleading statements. Here are some video tour mistakes to avoid if you want to stay out of legal trouble
by Lee Davenport | Apr 27
Mobile app Yaza geo-tags video content for listings and lifestyles
Opinion
Made for the iPhone, Yaza automatically maps every place you record a video, making it an ideal technology for property tours and neighborhood marketing
by Craig C. Rowe | Apr 17
Home showings allowed to resume in New York: Gov. Andrew Cuomo
Cuomo announced home showings would be allowed to resume, but the announcement has yet to be backed up with guidelines from the Empire State Development Corporation
by Lillian Dickerson | Apr 2
Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac ease appraisal standards amid coronavirus
The federal loan servicers announced an adjustment of long-held appraisal and employment verification standards in order to help facilitate mortgages amidst the COVID-19 outbreak
by Lillian Dickerson | Mar 25