Home price gains are holding steady: Case-Shiller
Home prices were up 4.7% year over year in April, according to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller US National Home Price NSA Index, released Tuesday
by Patrick Kearns | Jun 30
What agents need to know about mortgages during (and after) COVID-19
As experts and advisers, real estate agents have always played an important role for homebuyers. But it’s clear that during the coronavirus era, they have even more responsibility to educate clients on what's happening in today's market
by Salomon Chong | Jun 30
Pending-home sales climbed record-setting 44% from April to May
It was the biggest monthly gain in pending home sales since NAR began recording the forward-looking indicator in 2001
by Patrick Kearns | Jun 29
Bad connection? A luxury home's slow internet can kill a sale
While high-speed internet was once one buyer perk among many, it has become an indispensable part of a home — one that can make or break a sale
by Veronika Bondarenko | Jun 26
Summer outlook: Pandemic impacts may linger, but agents expect to close deals
More than a dozen agents who spoke with Inman said that inventory shortages and masks will probably be around for some time. But they're also seeing an active market in which offers are pouring in
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jun 26
$34M Miami Beach spec mansion has a 5,600-gallon aquarium
The $1 million custom aquarium was imported from Japan and is so large that it must be maintained by a scuba diver
by Veronika Bondarenko | Jun 26
Home tours rebound 21 percent in May: ShowingTime
According to ShowingTime's latest report, virtual showing technology and loosened shelter-in-place restrictions boosted May homebuyer traffic by 21 percent
by Marian McPherson | Jun 25
How is COVID-19 affecting new construction?
To understand the state of the housing market, economists often turn to stats on new residential construction for indicators on where the market may be headed. Here's what the data says
by Lindsey Hood | Jun 24
How the pandemic is impacting Americans' decision to move
According to a recent Apartment List survey, 30 percent of Americans are canceling their moving plans because of coronavirus-induced financial strain
by Marian McPherson | Jun 23
Agent attacked at open house faces long recovery
'I don't even know how she's alive,' says friend and roommate Kathryn Bishop
by Veronika Bondarenko | Jun 23
Millennials are confused about real estate
Although millennials will likely make up the largest percentage of homebuyers this year, the generation appears to be woefully under-informed about the real estate industry, according to a recent survey by flat-fee brokerage Homie
by Lillian Dickerson | Jun 23
6 ways to set buyer and seller expectations for today's housing realities
Although it's hard to know how long this pandemic will last, one thing seems certain — the drive to find the ideal home remains a priority. That's why it's important to let buyers and sellers know what to expect. Here's how
by Cara Ameer | Jun 23
Summer outlook: A slowing recovery may wait in the wings
While housing has thus far seen a strong recovery, experts say prices may actually fall later this year. Factors such as unemployment and foreclosures could also weigh down the market
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jun 23
What agents should know about specializing in foreclosures
Every town has foreclosed properties and lenders who want to get rid of them fast, especially during a recession. There’s an opportunity for agents who have the right temperament and want a high volume to serve local or regional banks. Here’s what you should know before pursuing foreclosures
by Nicole Solari | Jun 20
Sotheby’s International Realty launches 4 new website features
Sotheby's new mobile site includes Instagram-style listing pages, agent profiles with direct texting capabilities, 15 translations and 60 currency conversions for global consumers
by Marian McPherson | Jun 19
NYC heads into phase 2 of reopening — but don't expect much to change
As New York City prepares to enter phase 2 on Monday, a number of agents expressed ambivalence over resuming in-person showings or heading back into the office
by Patrick Kearns | Jun 18
Condo board balks at DOJ decision to sell seized penthouse at discount
The Manhattan building's board believes the Justice Department's decision to sell the penthouse for $18M — a 70% discount — will impact values throughout the building
by Veronika Bondarenko | Jun 18
7 emerging real estate trends in the new normal
As an agent, you currently have a unique opportunity to reinvent yourself and create the business you want in the 'new normal.' Use these seven trends and action steps to guide your decision-making
by Bernice Ross | Jun 17
Agent/broker perspective: How can brokers reassure anxious agents?
Opinion
What should brokers tell agents who want to go back to work but have concerns about safety as the country reopens?
by Anthony Askowitz | Jun 16
What you should know about fair housing
Agents have to work to protect people from discriminatory practices and educate other professionals on the laws we have in place. So, here's what you need to know about discrimination in the industry — plus the fair housing laws that prohibit it
by John Giffen | Jun 14
PlanetRE's consumer app is more MLS than search friendly
Opinion
Partnering with MLSListings, Inc. of Northern California, the software company's consumer search app misses the mark on several fronts but mainly in its core purpose: consumer home search
by Craig C. Rowe | Jun 12
The Real Word: What changes can be implemented in the industry?
Opinion
More this week: a discussion on the future of office space and some insight into why your marketing should look different right now
by Byron Lazine | Jun 12
Green is the new black: 3 green living misconceptions debunked
Opinion
As we move to a healthier and more conscious way of life, our homes will, too. Here's how making eco-conscious choices will come into play for consumers in a post-COVID-19 world — plus, a few myths debunked
by Lisa Troyano-Ascolese | Jun 12
The line between iBuyer and brokerage is blurring
Opinion
Opendoor and Offerpad will now list homes directly. Ultimately, this new service, still in the early stages and not fully rolled out, represents a way for iBuyers to make money without having to actually buy houses
by Mike DelPrete | Jun 11
Real Vision is the real deal for one-stop listing marketing
Opinion
The Toronto-based photography and 3D tour provider puts a very slick, all-inclusive spin on getting everything you need to visually market listings — at an affordable price
by Craig C. Rowe | Jun 5
Homesnap's Mazur: It's time for agents to go all in
In multiple talk tracks at Tech Connect, leaders in sales, fintech and proptech all agreed on one thing: The COVID-19 pandemic has totally changed how people market, sell and buy real estate
by Craig C. Rowe | Jun 4
Manhattan real estate sales fall 84%
Only 160 contracts were signed in the New York borough in May — an 84% drop compared to 992 last year, according to a new UrbanDigs study
by Veronika Bondarenko | Jun 4
These are the 2 things luxury buyers want right now
At Inman Connect Now, top luxury agents discussed how the pandemic has changed the wish lists and priorities of luxury buyers
by Veronika Bondarenko | Jun 3
Trulia co-founder Pete Flint tells agents to 'lean into' transaction revolution
During Connect Now, Trulia co-founder and NFX Managing Partner Pete Flint explained what agents must do to stay relevant during the digital transaction revolution
by Marian McPherson | Jun 3
'We're watching recovery happen as we speak': Economists
The long-term prognosis is more optimistic than many think, economists from Zillow and Windermere said during a panel at Inman Connect Now on Wednesday
by Veronika Bondarenko | Jun 3
9 ways to turn a 'no' into a 'yes'
Opinion
Real estate is a problem-solving business. As an agent, being able to turn a 'no' into a 'yes' is a crucial skill to have under your belt. Here are 9 ways to do it
by Bernice Ross | Jun 3
5 challenges sellers are facing and how to overcome them
Although it may be difficult to find a buyer with an ideal situation these days, there are a few things you can do to cut through the uncertainty and make the homeselling process as productive and seamless as possible
by Cara Ameer | Jun 1
10 common staging mistakes that could hurt your listing
Staging can make your life — and your sellers' and buyers' experiences — infinitely more rewarding, if you approach it right
by Nicole Solari | May 30
Elegran's Alfred is light, smart proptech for NYC agents
Opinion
The small New York City brokerage has always been tech-focused, but growth and the need for more business efficiencies led to the development of Alfred, an in-house lead and marketing solution
by Craig C. Rowe | May 29
This Maryland house has an entire village in the basement
It may look like just another mansion in the Washington, D.C. suburbs, but the basement hides a mini Main Street
by Veronika Bondarenko | May 28
Kerbox Media wants to see all agents in the video spotlight
Founded by a former Southern California agent, the creative services company focuses on all things real estate video, from market updates to Zoom-call coaching
by Craig C. Rowe | May 27
(Agent dressed as) Bigfoot spotted in California listing photos
The listing was up for 4 days before Coldwell Banker agent Daniel Oster added the Bigfoot photos, which drew more than 640,000 views on Zillow alone. The home is now in contract
by Veronika Bondarenko | May 26
Even as virus spread in March, home prices grew modestly
Home prices rose 4.4% in March, up from 4.2% during the previous month, according to the latest S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price NSA Index, released Tuesday
by Veronika Bondarenko | May 26
How Ivis Suarez saved a deal and a family's dream of going back home
Florida-based Century 21 agent Ivis Suarez shares how she persevered through the toughest transaction of her career to help a family get back to Puerto Rico
by Marian McPherson | May 25
Stop! 7 things you shouldn't do on listing appointments
Opinion
Selling yourself is a little bit like dating. You have to make a great first impression. So, here are a few things to keep in mind if you want to impress your clients from the get-go and make them feel like you're the perfect fit for their needs
by Ron Wynn | May 23
The latest in-demand apartment feature is a Peloton room
Agents are starting to market what may have been featured as small offices or hallways in the past as designated Peloton or workout areas with the shift to home exercise during the pandemic
by Lillian Dickerson | May 22
Sylvester Stallone's La Quinta mansion returns to the market
The Rocky actor bought it in 2010 for $4.5M and has been trying to sell it for years
by Veronika Bondarenko | May 21
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
Read all of Inman's coronavirus coverage here
Inman has published more than 725 stories on the coronavirus. Here's our comprehensive list of coverage
by Jim Dalrymple II | May 20
'Obviously, we're thrilled': Real estate reopens in Pennsylvania
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
by Lillian Dickerson | May 20
Louisiana market snapshot: Consumers coming 'out of their shells' as market rebounds
The coronavirus pandemic hit Louisiana hard, and the real estate industry there suffered. But agents say their business is now on the road to recovery
by Jim Dalrymple II | May 19
Bonkers Pittsburgh home has starship room, talking alien
The listing asks would-be buyers if they 'like fun and adventure.' And with both castle- and starship-themed rooms, it offers both in spades
by Jim Dalrymple II | May 18
Kentucky man jailed for shooting at agent during showing
An agent was showing a home with a young girl in Caneyville, Kentucky, when a man shot at her with a .22-caliber gun
by Veronika Bondarenko | May 18
Builder confidence rises slightly amid historic lows: NAHB
The National Association of Home Builders' Housing Market Index rose from 30 to 37
by Veronika Bondarenko | May 18
5 critical steps to maximize your listing's sales potential
Opinion
This year brought significant changes in the way homes are bought and sold. To accommodate this new reality, sellers need to be prepared — and agents need to provide the necessary coaching. Here are five important steps
by Carl Medford | May 18
New York market snapshot: Agents are busy, but inventory is scarce
Agents in New York state can't do in-person showings or open houses. But they told Inman that at least some price points are still seeing a lot of action
by Jim Dalrymple II | May 15
Postcard marketers, rejoice: ProspectsPlus adds lead lists
The company behind 3-click mailing has made it even easier with included regional lifestyle and demographic lead lists and improved creative tools
by Craig C. Rowe | May 15
Finger Lakes agents prepare as New York begins partial reopening
Although the effects remain to be seen, agents in Rochester and surrounding areas are uncertain whether or not Friday's partial reopening of the economy will have a palpable impact on buyer or seller confidence
by Lillian Dickerson | May 13
Home sales to pick up by late summer before falling again
Realtor.com predicts a summer rebound, but notes that sales could drop by 15 percent by the end of the year
by Veronika Bondarenko | May 13
New listings rise, with greatest uptick in higher price points
The total number of new listings increased 5.9% week over week, but new listings in the highest price tier were up by 8%, according to new data from Zillow
by Lillian Dickerson | May 12
Should Airbnb owners sell or wait for a rebound? Agents weigh in
Three real estate agents in California, Utah, and Florida share how they're helping investors decide whether to sell or keep their rental properties as travel remains at a standstill
by Marian McPherson | May 11
Lone Wolf's new Marketplace spreads tech wealth industrywide
The new online offering provides countless Lone Wolf customers and members of partnered associations a place to access multiple technology vendors, making it the Netflix of proptech
by Craig C. Rowe | May 11
Web app Quigler offers a new level of deal transparency
Opinion
Quigler uses state law and NAR Code of Ethics deal practices to manage real estate transactions and buyer and seller communications. But is it a guarantee of regulatory perfection?
by Craig C. Rowe | May 8
VIP Realtors rolls out multiviewer virtual visits on all listings
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
by Craig C. Rowe | May 6
Homesnap update promotes live open houses
An increasingly popular way to tour homes in the age of COVID-19, live open house events can now be promoted within the popular home search portal
by Craig C. Rowe | May 6
Pennsylvania market snapshot: Agents ready for reopening
Gov. Tom Wolf declared real estate a nonessential business at the start of the pandemic, making it a challenge for agents to stay productive. Now that restrictions may start to lift, agents are eager to get back to work
by Lillian Dickerson | May 5
New listings plummeted in April amid coronavirus pandemic
A new report from realtor.com found that new listings fell 44.1 percent in April as the outbreak slammed the economy
by Jim Dalrymple II | May 5
These are the most lucrative days to sell a home
Homes sold on one of these five dates in June net the highest seller premiums, according to a new analysis by Attom Data Solutions
by Lillian Dickerson | May 4
After vowing to sell his 'physical possessions,' Elon Musk lists two homes
After tweeting that he plans to sell 'almost all physical possessions,' the tech entrepreneur listed two of his luxury homes on Zillow
by Veronika Bondarenko | May 4
A Louisiana home is 'too haunted' to sell so its owners are giving it away
The Lafayette home is being offered to anyone who can pay to have it relocated
by Veronika Bondarenko | May 4
Will 'auction' be the buzzword of 2020?
Opinion
Auctions used to be reserved for exceptionally expensive homes or for very unique properties, but that is no longer the case in the age of coronavirus
by Sissy Lappin | May 4
Coronavirus has forever changed client conversations
The COVID-19 pandemic has us interacting with people in previously unthinkable ways. For agents, it's created new client questions and increased buyer screening
by Lillian Dickerson | May 4
Pandemic's economic toll higher than agents expected: Inman survey
More than 2 months into the US pandemic, Inman's second coronavirus survey indicates agents are losing deals. But there are glimmers of hope as well
by Jim Dalrymple II | May 1
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
Pennsylvania bill that would allow real estate services to resume advances to Senate
On Tuesday, the Pennsylvania House passed House Bill 2412 in a vote of 125 to 77, which would allow real estate services to be uniformly conducted across the state
by Lillian Dickerson | May 1
Should you RSVP to open house app Block Party?
Opinion
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
by Craig C. Rowe | May 1
Agents should be authentic, lean on technology during pandemic
The pandemic makes it more important than ever for agents to rely on things like social media, though they should strive to be themselves while creating content
by Jim Dalrymple II | Apr 30
80% of buyers have had timeline interrupted by COVID-19: OJO
Many consumers are lowering their targeted price point in case another pandemic comes, according to the survey
by Patrick Kearns | Apr 30
How can you serve your clients now? Focus on safety, not sales
The ability to handle most things virtually is the perk of living in today's world. Here's how you can serve and connect with clients while protecting their safety amid COVID-19
by Aaron Stelle | Apr 30
Sellers earn average price gain of $67,100 in first quarter
The first quarter of 2020 made a strong showing for homesellers, but the data does not yet reflect the full impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the market
by Lillian Dickerson | Apr 29
Pending home sales start downward plummet in March: NAR
Contract signings are down 20.8% amidst the coronavirus outbreak
by Veronika Bondarenko | Apr 29
South Florida's BeachesMLS sees success in Virtual Open House Week
The widely promoted and community-supported event resulted in more than 700 online open houses, and it could serve as a model for associations nationwide looking to keep momentum in the wake of the pandemic
by Craig C. Rowe | Apr 28
By the numbers: How hard has COVID-19 hit real estate?
It has already had a massive impact on our personal and professional lives. Now find out how COVID-19 is poised to continue transforming the real estate industry
by Christy Murdock Edgar | Apr 28
What will homebuyers want post COVID-19? Here are a few trends to expect
The post-COVID-19 era will likely bring a slew of changes to the kinds of properties, features, amenities and locations homebuyers will look for. Here are a few trends to expect
by Cara Ameer | Apr 28
In Southern Colorado, in-person home showings will resume
As parts of the economy in Colorado are slowly allowed to reopen, some counties in the state's southern region will allow in-person home showings again
by Lillian Dickerson | Apr 27
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
Take Inman's 2nd real estate coronavirus survey here
The crisis brought the economy to a standstill and turned the future into a question mark. Help Inman understand how you're coping
by Jim Dalrymple II | Apr 27
How to advise clients on upping their curb appeal
Sometimes, clients need a little nudge to truly understand the value of a home's curb appeal. It might take a little persuasion, but here's how to encourage your clients to give their homes a face-lift
by Nicole Solari | Apr 26
How real estate agents need to pivot for a downturn
Agents who can identify market trends after every period of disruption and adapt to them efficiently are the ones who endure. Here are a few changes we can expect
by Sissy Lappin | Apr 25
True or false? TruPlace has what agents need to market homes during a pandemic
Opinion
With a number of photography and virtual showing experiences, TruPlace is showing it can compete with the top of the market. It only needs to enter more markets to gain a strong hold in the industry
by Craig C. Rowe | Apr 24
New-home sales fall sharply in March
Sales of new single-family homes fell 15.4% to a seasonally adjusted rate of 627,000 in March, according to US Census Bureau data
by Veronika Bondarenko | Apr 23
Terradatum announces Listing Home Run for automated video marketing
Market analytics company is using MLS listing data to help agents quickly roll out property videos and web content for only $29.95 per listing
by Craig C. Rowe | Apr 22
Second-home markets hope for the best as stay-at-home rules extend
Real estate agents in Montana, Arizona, and Florida explain how the coronavirus has impacted their markets and offer their predictions for a robust recovery
by Marian McPherson | Apr 21
Existing-home sales slammed with first major drop in March: NAR
As the coronavirus outbreak hit the US, existing-home sales fell 8.5%, according to NAR
by Veronika Bondarenko | Apr 21
How curbside closings are keeping the market moving
An Atlanta real estate law firm has been conducting mobile closings for 14 years. A global pandemic has given their model, as well as emerging closing technologies fresh, much-needed attention
by Craig C. Rowe | Apr 21
A little good news: Real estate sales are climbing in Iowa
Despite sales falling in many other states across the nation amidst the COVID-19 crisis, Iowa real estate has managed to achieve the opposite
by Lillian Dickerson | Apr 20
17 strategies for working with homebuyers, sellers and past clients
Despite the distruption it brought, there are still many ways you can make the best of the coronavirus situation. Here are some tips for working with buyers, sellers, past clients and on your own business during this pandemic
by Beth Medved Waller | Apr 18
Filmmaker-inspired video app wants your help in beta testing
Opinion
The app comes with a shot list and in-screen shooting recommendations to ensure users capture everything that makes a video worth watching. It was developed by a filmmaker and former Sotheby's executive
by Craig C. Rowe | Apr 17
The deal is digital: A guide to handling it online from lead to close
The fax machine is finally put to rest. With the onset of e-closing platforms and RON, the real estate sales cycle is 100% online, mobile and in the cloud. Here's a quick list of vendors for each phase of the deal
by Craig C. Rowe | Apr 17
Real estate to be permanently more virtual following pandemic
Renee Funk and Joe Rand said agents and consumers alike are being forced to adopt new tech amid the pandemic. That could make the real estate industry more efficient
by Jim Dalrymple II | Apr 16
Gary Gold and Vija Williams said at Inman's Town Hall that once lockdown orders end consumers may race back to real estate. Agents should act now to take full advantage
by Jim Dalrymple II | Apr 16
New housing construction dives drastically in March
Housing starts are down 22.3% in March but up 1.4% year-over-year
by Veronika Bondarenko | Apr 16
Compass agents anticipate post-pandemic buyer's market in California
More than 700 Compass California agents shared their concerns, market predictions for when shelter-in-place laws lift
by Marian McPherson | Apr 15
Builder confidence plunges in April
The National Association of Home Builders' Housing Market Index fell to 30, down from 72 points in March
by Veronika Bondarenko | Apr 15
New listings in Manhattan were down 89% last week
There were only 52 new listings in Manhattan during the second week of April
by Patrick Kearns | Apr 14
7 coronavirus-related client concerns and how to respond to them
In midst of ever-changing events, buyer and seller concerns are mounting. Instead of letting them succumb to their fears, here's what you can do to ease them
by Cara Ameer | Apr 14
6 areas to focus on when leading through rocky times
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
by Todd Conklin | Apr 13
Hot market was doused by pandemic, Zillow report shows
A new report shows that what was poised to be 'the most competitive' spring market in years instead ended up with plummeting numbers of new listings
by Jim Dalrymple II | Apr 10
BoxBrownie releases native 360-degree tour platform
Award-winning image editing and marketing company has grown rapidly by editing others' work. Its new immersive tour product can be created with minimal imagery using affordable cameras and published in 24 hours
by Craig C. Rowe | Apr 8
New HomeSpotter ad product pushes virtual tour events
As part of proptech's collective push into virtual business, the digital marketing and lead-gen company launches new retargeting products that automate creation and management of ads to push virtual open houses and video tours
by Craig C. Rowe | Apr 8
Market snapshot: Washington, 6 weeks into COVID-19
Washington was the first U.S. state that saw a confirmed case of the coronavirus. A month and a half later the real estate industry soldiers on amid the chaos
by Jim Dalrymple II | Apr 8
February home prices reflect pre-coronavirus market strength
Because sales typically represent contracts that were signed in the previous two months, CoreLogic expects the pandemic's effects will start to show in the April data
by Veronika Bondarenko | Apr 7
6 realities your buyers and sellers should prepare for
It's important to remember that everyone has to live somewhere. Our homes have never been more important to us than right now
by Cara Ameer | Apr 6
Chime speeds release of Facebook, YouTube livestreaming tools
The agent operating system has developed streaming tools for Facebook Live and YouTube and released them ahead of schedule in response to the COVID-19 market reduction of face-to-face business
by Craig C. Rowe | Apr 3
Transactly raises $3M to boost outsourced transaction coordination
With a total of $4.7M raised in 2 years, the company is aiming to win the market for outsourced transaction coordination. While its software can be used for free by agents and brokerages, the company charges for use of a designated transaction coordination
by Craig C. Rowe | Mar 31
Home price gains extend into January — but virus looms large
Home prices rose 3.9% in January, but the data does not take into account the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, which didn't take hold in the US until late February
by Veronika Bondarenko | Mar 31
Agent/broker perspective: What are safe solutions for selling homes during an outbreak?
Luckily, there are a handful of tech solutions to solve any disagreements in procedure
by Anthony Askowitz | Mar 24
Nearly half of Realtors say buyer interest has dropped due to coronavirus
Just one week ago, only 16% of Realtors reported a decrease in homebuyers as a result of COVID-19.
by Lillian Dickerson | Mar 20
How to stay ahead of coronavirus market fluctuations
From where we stand now, the future of the real estate market looks challenging. If you're grappling with the rapid change, here are a few things you can do to prepare for future market shifts
by Steve Cook | Mar 20
How will iBuying fare in a world of social distancing?
Opinion
Today’s market environment will finally shine a light on how the iBuyer business model will react as consumer demand wanes, and there are certain recognizable advantages
by Mike DelPrete | Mar 18
Agents: It's time to stop holding open houses
Opinion
In response to the recent coronavirus outbreak, brokerages have to do what they can to exercise safety. So, here's why our firm suspended open houses — and why yours should, too
by J. Philip Faranda | Mar 18
Open houses took hit from coronavirus over the weekend
Some open houses already saw cancelations and declining attendance last week. That's likely to be a growing trend in the coming weeks
by Jim Dalrymple II | Mar 16