How to cope with fear, uncertainty and doubt 
A little FUD is healthy, it’s when it becomes all-consuming that you have a problem
by Jay Thompson | May 20
Stop, take a breath, and keep fear of change at bay
Opinion
When it comes to industry shifts, announcements and nonpandemic headlines, don't overreact and jump to conclusions. Instead, focus on understanding what today’s and tomorrow’s consumers demand
by Jay Thompson | May 13
What buyers are up against in today's world
Opinion
Entering the homebuying space has certainly opened my eyes, maybe my experiences can help you be a better agent
by Jay Thompson | May 6
Why being busy isn't the answer
In spending so much time at home, some people might be feeling the pressure to be productive and to do more. However, a constant state of busyness is not the only route to success and even more importantly, to fulfillment in life. Here's why
by Jay Thompson | Apr 29
Finding the positive aspects of a pandemic 
Opinion
There is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity here, a chance to make good from an ugly and painful situation
by Jay Thompson | Apr 21
Shut up! Just focus on selling houses
Opinion
As hard as things might be right now, it doesn’t give anyone the right to be insensitive to fellow professionals
by Jay Thompson | Apr 15
How to keep your Zoom calls free of lurkers
Don’t be afraid to use video conferencing tools, but understand how they work, how they can be abused, and how to minimize the nonsense and maximize the good
by Jay Thompson | Apr 8
Let’s officially cancel April Fools’ Day
Opinion
Nothing about this situation is funny, and now is not the time. Instead, just go about your business like any other day on April 1
by Jay Thompson | Mar 31
Industry torn on whether real estate is an essential service
At a time when people are staying home en masse to combat a global health crisis, many in the real estate industry question whether or not their jobs should be considered essential
by Lillian Dickerson | Mar 27