Homes listed in the MLS sell faster and for nearly 17% more: Study
Bright MLS looked at 442,829 home sales across its 6-state Mid-Atlantic footprint that sold over a 24-month period
by Andrea V. Brambila Jul 30
Huge number of homeowners willing to consider an iBuyer: Poll
82% of homeowners in 1000watt survey said they either were more likely to trust information from Zillow than from a real estate agent or to trust them about the same
by Andrea V. Brambila Jul 28
Pulse: What do newbies need to know about marketing listings?
When it comes to listings, what makes for a solid marketing strategy? From social media to video tours, we want you to chime in with your best advice and tips for newbie agents
by Inman Jul 28
22 common ways agents violate the Realtor Code of Ethics
Broker and ethics hearing officer Barbara Betts details the ways agents misrepresent themselves and the transaction, sometimes inadvertently
by Andrea V. Brambila Jul 27
Inman Review: Can iBuyers get you leads? They can with Zoodealio
Opinion
Not quite an iBuyer, Zoodealio does in some instances buy a seller's home, but the software's experience is clearly developed around getting agents more listing leads
by Craig C. Rowe Jul 23
Dueling NAR and REX op-eds hint that DOJ will target commissions
National Association of Realtors: 'The Administration has publicly signaled a lack of understanding about the MLS system and the associated commission structure'
by Andrea V. Brambila Jul 22
Zillow, NAR formed 'group boycott' to enforce commission rule: REX
REX alleges that the National Association of Realtors and Zillow use NAR's segregation rule to hinder competitors who don't comply with NAR's commission rule
by Andrea V. Brambila Jul 21
‘The burnout is real’: Team leaders share how they’re fighting back
Team leaders at Sotheby's and Keller Williams discussed steps their teams are taking to finish the summer strong at Inman Connect on Tuesday
by Daniel Houston Jul 20
Lesson Learned: Overcome any objections with exemplary performance
Find out how Florida real estate agent Jonathan Spears surpassed $1B in career sales before the age of 30
by Christy Murdock Jul 20
The smart agent’s guide to building relationships now
Here, Inman contributor Jimmy Burgess will show you how to launch your marketing efforts inexpensively and build those lifetime relationships using the most convenient, time-saving tools. Plus, he’ll arm you with a solid strategy that generated him $11 million in listings — in three months
by Jimmy Burgess Jul 15
Ricoh360 Tours releases beta phase of virtual staging product
With its Theta line of compact, high-resolution cameras, Ricoh was one of the first major brands to introduce a product specifically for creating online real estate tours
by Craig C. Rowe Jul 14
Engel & Völkers lists Netflix-featured private island for $1.9M
The 3-acre island includes a 3-bed, 2.5-bath home, which has most recently been used as a profitable Airbnb
by Lillian Dickerson Jul 14
Agents reveal 4 ways to drum up more inventory
Everything from newspapers to Facebook Ads can help agents score more listings in the midst of a housing shortage
by Libertina Brandt Jul 13
NAR 'cut a deal' with Trump DOJ to undermine commission suits: CFA
The National Association of Realtors countered that the Consumer Federation of America's assertions are 'wrong and misleading' and 'commissions are very much negotiable'
Vast majority of real estate listings lack good visuals: Study
Most US listings don't include a virtual tour or floor plan and don't use best practices in professional photography, according to a new study released Thursday
Suburban condo conundrum: Sales soar as buyers hunt for elusive deals
Amid a nationwide inventory shortage, suburban condominiums are a way for many first-time buyers to enter the market — if they can afford it
Historic Hearst Estate gets another price cut, now listing for $70M
A bankruptcy court has been chopping the price of the iconic estate ever since owner Attorney Leonard Ross filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in late 2019
9 contract terms that win sellers over
In low-inventory, ultra-competitive markets like the one we're currently experiencing, buyers and their agents are coming up with a host of creative contract terms to help sway sellers
by Cara Ameer Jun 29
Las Vegas home sells for $25M, shatters Sin City sales record
The buyer, loanDepot founder Anthony Hsieh, is leasing the property back to the developer for the next 30 months
Are you poised for growth? 7 things top producers should do now
Set yourself up to thrive no matter what the market does in the future. Here are a few fundamentals to focus on today — to create new highs for your business
by Jimmy Burgess Jun 27
Ohio's largest MLS ditches 'Coming Soon' status
MLS Now says the status caused 'unintended consequences' and has been the most common complaint among agents in the past year
by Andrea V. Brambila Jun 24
Give them leverage! 6 ways to help agents do more
Opinion
It’s a win-win when agents are able to have the freedom to be more focused, more fulfilled and more successful in the long term
by Adam Hergenrother Jun 24
MoxiWorks clients can manage showings with Instashowing
'The best agents have used multiple apps to manage their business and we're excited to see the deeper integrations making agents' lives more seamless,' said Instashowing founder
by Craig C. Rowe Jun 22
Putting in an offer? 4 ways to sway listing agents and sellers
It's not just about submitting the highest offer. In today's crazy market, you need to stand out to both listing agents and sellers. Here are a few ways to sway them in your buyer's favor
by Mark Choey Jun 21
Inman Review: Can Roof take your lead capture to new heights?
Opinion
Roof is chat automation tool that plugs into brokerage websites to capture and nurture leads with traffic metrics and sharp persona-building
by Craig C. Rowe Jun 18
The New Normal for listings is endless evolution
Over the past 20 years, listings have gone from a single photo in a newspaper to having dozens of images, interactive features and 3D tours. The only constant now is change
by Jim Dalrymple II Jun 8
Here’s how this agent generated $108K on TikTok in 2021 (so far)
Learn from Atlanta Realtor Glennda Baker how to find new followers, build new relationships and generate new leads that will ultimately convert to more sales
by Jimmy Burgess Jun 4
Want the ultimate client experience? Set up these 5 team systems
Opinion
A real estate team can be the ultimate solution to providing consistent 5-star client experiences — if they're run effectively
by Carl Medford Jun 2
5 reasons buying sight unseen isn't as risky as you think
Opinion
Homes.com conducted a survey of 1,500 visitors that discovered 42% of buyers are willing to buy a home sight unseen. Here's why that number shouldn't surprise you
by Craig C. Rowe May 29
Channing Tatum, Jenna Dewan list Beverly Hills home for $6M
The former couple, who divorced in 2018, are selling the home for the same price they paid for it in 2015
'Double-dipping agents' overcharge consumers billions in commissions
The Consumer Federation of America says dual agency should be banned, but double-ending should not be so long as agents discount their commission and act as facilitators
by Andrea V. Brambila May 27
Margot Robbie lists LA home for $3.48M
The 4-bedroom, 6-bathroom home includes notable features like a poolside cabana and a swing suspended from the living room ceiling
by Lillian Dickerson May 26
Get ready! 6 seller tasks that can increase a listing’s value
First impressions are everything. Make sure your listing has a lasting impact in images, during showings and when buyers roll up to the curb
by Santiago Arana May 25
Leonardo DiCaprio buys $7.1M house for his mom
The 'Titanic' star bought the Los Feliz mansion from 'Modern Family' actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson and his husband, Justin Mikita
6 resources every real estate agent should have on hand right now
Staying up-to-date with the latest resources, tips and tricks will help grow your brand, business — and bottom line
by Rainy Hake Austin May 20
Rude buyers? Toxic sellers? Here are the do's and don'ts of firing clients
Opinion
Letting a client go is never fun or easy. Unfortunately, it’s part of being an entrepreneur and running a business. Here are a few useful tips on ending the client-agent relationship — and preventing challenges from cropping up in the first place
by Jay Thompson May 19
Agent/broker perspective: How can brokers resolve frustrations over uneven commission splits?
Opinion
A buyer's agent is upset about listing agents demanding a larger piece of the sales commission. How should her broker react?
by Anthony Askowitz May 18
5 assumptions that can harm your clients and hurt your commission
Opinion
Our advice: Never assume anything, and always practice due diligence
by Carl Medford May 18
'The Royal Tenenbaums' home available to rent for first time
The property made famous in director Wes Anderson's 2001 film is now available for a 12-24 month lease at $20,000 per month
by Lillian Dickerson May 17
KvCORE's spring 2021 release is faster, smarter and connected
Updates to the user experience and some sharply engineered new functionality demonstrate why Inside Real Estate's flagship software remains an industry favorite
by Craig C. Rowe May 17
NAR board votes to require addresses on MLS listings
The ongoing, controversial debate surrounding pocket listings finds some resolution, with NAR voting to make addresses immediately available to other MLS subscribers. Here are the details.
by Andrea V. Brambila May 14
Bright MLS cracks down on abuse of pocket listing rule
'Vast majority' of Clear Cooperation Policy complaints turn out not to be in violation
by Andrea V. Brambila May 11
NAR: 'The MLS is under attack'
Lawsuits alleging that NAR rules regarding multiple listing services prop up commissions that inflate buyer and seller costs keep proliferating
by Andrea V. Brambila May 11
Live tour app HomeRover launches refresh after agent feedback
HomeRover has announced new features to its live tour app for agents and homebuyers. The refocused version includes a more business-tailored interface for agents and improved consumer-facing features and usability
by Craig C. Rowe May 11
MHAuthority.com offers buyers direct access to manufactured living options
Launched by State Listings, Inc., MHAuthority.com is a website specifically for the marketing of manufactured homes and mobile homes for rent and sale nationwide
by Craig C. Rowe May 10
You see another agent's for-sale sign in your neighbor's yard. Now what?
Opinion
Losing a listing is tough, but it’s not the end of the world. Keep your professionalism front and center, learn from this experience, and incorporate that learning so it’s less likely to happen in the future
by Jay Thompson May 5
Lakefront 'Stair House' in Idaho’s hottest neighborhood asks $695K, but there’s a catch
This unusual staircase-shaped home in Coeur D'Alene, Idaho — recently named one of the country's hottest housing markets — has a coveted location, but it's missing a few key comforts
The Inman Handbook on how to juggle multiple offers
With some agents seeing upward of 20 or more offers on their listings in today's market, the process can quickly become overwhelming for everyone involved. Here's how to sift through what's important to help sellers make the best decision
Buyers in bidding war? 15 tactics to help them stand out to a seller
Although the real estate market is red-hot, we can improve our buyers’ odds by presenting a deal that directly helps the sellers. Addressing price, time, convenience and certainty can go a long way in positioning our buyers to win the home
by Jimmy Burgess May 2
The buyer's agent who padlocked the gate: Stories from the wild world of real estate
Have you heard the latest boots-on-the-ground, can-you-believe-it story? Here are some of the most unusual and bizarre tales from this highly active spring market
by Christy Murdock Apr 30
What’s Next? Top design trends to expect post-pandemic
As we look ahead to the world post-pandemic, here are the trends that experts, agents and designers are seeing in home design and decor
by Christy Murdock Apr 30
Zestimates can't keep up with wild housing market, agents say
Agents from around the country talk about the widening gap between Zestimates and MLS home value data as inventory shortages push prices to new highs
by Marian McPherson Apr 27
Ethics violation, lawsuit or worse: 10 situations that get agents in trouble
Even earnest agents make false steps that end up in an ethics violation, a suit or revocation of a license. Check out Inman's handy charts to learn the consequences of 10 situations
by Lillian Dickerson Apr 26
What real estate agents need to know about …
Clients appreciate agents who are well-versed on a home’s most sought-after features. If you’re looking to brush up on your knowledge of kitchen layouts, bathtub types and useful home safety tips, here is a primer
by Gerard Splendore Apr 26
9 tips for getting in good with local listing agents
Being an agent others trust and like to work with is a reputation you earn over time. If you're new in the field, there are a few things you can do to develop those helpful ties, showcase your professionalism and cultivate a network you'll rely on time and time again
by Stephanie Lanier Apr 24
Feeling overwhelmed? 4 skills new agents should master first
Navigating the many processes and moving parts of this industry can seem overwhelming — especially to newly minted agents. But you can't be all things to all people. Here are the main things you need to focus on
by Faisal Susiwala Apr 22
How to safely handle an open house
Holding an open house has always been a bit risky and has become even more so during the pandemic. To safely continue the practice, agents should keep these factors in mind
by Lillian Dickerson Apr 19
Here's how I generated $11M in listings — in 3 months
Nothing is more impactful than letting homeowners know the value of their homes in the current market, and nothing will keep you top-of-mind more than this process. Enter the unsolicited seller CMA video
by Jimmy Burgess Apr 16
9 listing presentation mistakes you can't afford to make
Be sure to avoid these common mistakes, and you are well on the way to controlling the market and the ultimate success of your career
by Thomas Mallette Apr 15
Mr. Rogers' one-time home is up for sale in Pittsburgh
The iconic children's TV host and his wife Joanne lived in the home in the 1950s and 1960s
Madonna drops $19.3M on The Weeknd's amenity-filled mansion
Abel Tesfaye, the Toronto-born musician known as The Weeknd, first put his 12,500-square-foot Hidden Hills home on the market last summer
More than half of agents don't bother staging homes for sale
Just over half of listing agents say in a NAR survey that they believe staging boosts how much buyers will offer, but about the same share don't stage. Is reality TV to blame for unrealistic expectations?
1 in 7 homeowners considering selling within next 3 years
Of those not considering moving, 26% said they were concerned about their ability to find or afford a new home, according to a new survey from Zillow
Dive into every Back to Basics story from this month
This month, we’re focused on making you more money. Here are the top stories from our Back to Basics series published thus far. We'll keep this list updated all month long.
by Inman Apr 7
How to deal with unlawful occupants in listings
Rising levels of homelessness have increased the incidents of unlawful access to homes on the market. Here are a few key steps to respond to unauthorized entry and preventative measures to ensure it does not happen in the first place
by Carl Medford Apr 5
The Real Word: When will the market cool down?
Opinion
This week, Byron Lazine and Nicole White discuss when the market is expected to cool down, a neighbor’s listing that revealed a roaming cat and how landlords are dealing with the eviction ban
by Byron Lazine Apr 2
18 critical move-out tasks that should be on every seller's checklist
In the mad dash that's buying a home these days, important details can slip through the cracks. That's why listing agents need to help sellers transition out of their homes in an organized fashion — without leaving out any critical information buyers might need
by Cara Ameer Apr 1
Ashley Tisdale sells Los Feliz house for $5.78M
TJ Paradise of Sotheby's International Realty was the agent behind the sale of the former Disney Channel star's home
Pulse: What does back to basics mean in 2021?
This week, we're exploring what going back to the basics really means for real estate professionals in 2021. What fundamentals should agents be focusing on, tweaking or relearning this year?
by Inman Mar 31
8 bogus questions sellers ask when interviewing listing agents
Some of the tried-and-true questions sellers have been asking for years are actually totally meaningless. Here are the top bogus questions sellers ask along with ways to effectively counter them
by Carl Medford Mar 30
How to steer your brokerage through extreme markets
Operating a brokerage during extreme market fluctuations? You'll need to develop a strategy — and that starts with supporting your agents, providing superior service and learning how to be flexible through it all
The Real Word: Could independent contractor status die?
Opinion
This week, Byron Lazine and Nicole White discuss the status of real estate agents as independent contractors, how to generate more listings and who's crushing it on TikTok
by Byron Lazine Mar 26
In-N-Out Burger heiress wants $16.8M for swanky LA mansion
Burger heiress and current In-N-Out owner Lynsi Snyder first tried to sell the estate in 2017
Put your listening skills to the test! 10 ways to be a better listener
Think you're a good listener? Now's the time to put your skills to the test. Answer these questions to determine if you're really hearing your clients and their needs and concerns, and then implement these best practices to improve your communication
by Bernice Ross Mar 25
How to support your agents in this ultra-competitive seller's market
Opinion
It's been tough out there, but there is light at the end of the tunnel, and it's our job as leaders to inform our agents of these conditions and give them hope
by Ryan Rodenbeck Mar 24
Commission, appraisals, inventory: 11 challenges agents face today
Opinion
Last year forced real estate agents to adapt in an ever-evolving landscape. Here are the top challenges agents face daily
by Kuba Jewgieniew Mar 24
Agents, hold yourselves to a higher standard — especially in a hectic market
Opinion
As professionals, we must focus on the long haul — while working together, helping our clients and always doing the right thing
by Jeff Martel Mar 23
Consumer groups support REX suit against anti-rebate law
The Consumer Federation of America and the Oregon State Public Interest Research Group argue that prohibiting rebates to buyers and sellers stifles commission competition and harms consumers
by Andrea V. Brambila Mar 16
Tom Cruise lists his adventure-primed Telluride estate for $39.5M
The secluded estate sits on 320 acres of land and is surrounded by a forest of aspens
by Lillian Dickerson Mar 12
Silicon Valley's priciest listing, 'Green Gables,' asks $135M
The sweeping compound, which includes 7 residences across 74 acres of land, has become the tech hub's most expensive listing
by Lillian Dickerson Mar 12
11 objection-handling scripts agents need today
When it comes to working with buyers, objections are buying signs. Your role is to uncover their concerns, address them and move your clients forward in making the purchase. Here are a few important scripts to keep handy
by Bernice Ross Mar 10
HomeKeepr, now a MooveGuru product, announces service integration
Moving assistance solution MooveGuru now has the mobile app outreach and marketing power of HomeKeepr, acquired in 7-figure, stock-for-stock transaction. HomeKeepr will remain operating as a MooveGuru company
by Craig C. Rowe Mar 9
What do clients need in 2021? 8 skills every agent must nail
Opinion
In today’s frenzied markets, real estate agents have to be on top of every aspect of the deal. Here’s what buyers and sellers should expect from agents
by Cara Ameer Mar 9
6 ways agents can disrupt the disruptors today
Embracing change, technology and the evolution of our industry is the key to succeeding and remaining relevant as an agent. Do this consistently, and you will emerge as a leader in your marketplace
by Faisal Susiwala Mar 8
How to set the right price and attract a crowd that buyers will follow
Buyers are put at ease when they notice high amounts of buyer activity for a particular listing. There’s comfort in the crowd, especially in today’s highly competitive seller’s market
by Jenny Usaj Mar 8
One week after LA launch, Knock blankets Southern California
A rapid expansion from Los Angeles into San Diego, Santa Barbara and markets inland puts Knock well ahead of its '21 in 21' available markets goal
by Craig C. Rowe Mar 4
Not just a home! Why lifestyle matters most in 2021
Opinion
Today’s real estate consumers believe how they live within their communities is just as important as the layout of their homes. Understanding this shift is crucial for real estate professionals. Here's why
by Scott Beaudry Mar 4
Brooklyn townhouse from 'Moonstruck' lists for $12.85M
The 1829 Federal-style Brooklyn Heights home underwent an extensive renovation and is now listed with The Talbott Team at Corcoran
How to combat 5 common lies listing agents tell — and win the listing
Opinion
Be sure to always ask if the other agent has promised anything that you haven’t. That will be your opportunity to counter any lies with truth
by Carl Medford Mar 2
About Time Tours offers industry mobile app for scheduling showings
The iOS and Android app is ready to go, seeking MLS and brokerage partnerships to streamline in-person property tours
by Craig C. Rowe Mar 1
'Worst house on the street': Brutally honest Florida listing goes viral
'The roof leaks, the floor creaks, and there's a terrible draft,' Future Home Realty's Philippa Main wrote in the listing description
The Inman Handbook on Knock
Fintech or proptech? Both? Home Swap provider Knock is moving quickly to surpass its goal of being in 21 markets before the end of 2021. Here's what you should know about its unique lending model designed to help homeowners buy before they sell
by Craig C. Rowe Mar 1
Mike DelPrete: The top threat to real estate portals
There is one significant risk — an achilles heel — to portals: They don’t control their inventory
by Mike DelPrete Feb 24
11 ways to prepare your listing for its red-carpet moment
Whether it's the Oscars, Emmys, Grammys or other award ceremonies, take note of what happens on the red carpets — it holds major clues for listing agents
by Carl Medford Feb 23
DIY staging: 5 pieces every agent should invest in
If your homeowners can’t afford (or won’t spend extra money on) staging, it pays to have some inventory to help you improve the look of your new listing
by Antoinette Fargo Feb 21
5 reasons to give your transaction coordinators a raise
From getting the most out of your transaction software to being the master of the office calendar, a transaction coordinator's value to an ever-more digital office environment is more valuable than ever before
by Craig C. Rowe Feb 20
How to become a better negotiator in 9 simple steps
Top real estate agents Amie Quirarte and Craig Wilburn share how agents can conquer their negotiating fears and become better advocates for their clients
by Marian McPherson Feb 18
7 ways to deliver value your luxury clients won't forget
Not every agent will be willing to take the extra steps and do the legwork, but when it comes to luxury clients, this makes all the difference. Here's how you can deliver exceptional value to high-end clientele
by Cara Ameer Feb 18
Get it sold! 7 strategies for nailing your new listing's price
Ultimately, pricing your new listing correctly comes down to whether the seller wants to sell as quickly as possible or achieve the highest price. If you price it just right, however, you may often achieve both. Here are a few strategies
by Bernice Ross Feb 17
Inman Handbook on digital home showings
With the evolution of real estate upon us, the Inman Handbook on digital showings is here to help you make sense of this still-evolving, but here-to-stay, property marketing strategy
by Craig C. Rowe Feb 15
Interest in Instashowing soars: Is it the next ShowingTime?
Opinion
A showing management solution for brokerages and multiple listing services, Instashowing does a terrific job of not overcomplicating the process of arranging a showing
by Craig C. Rowe Feb 12
Knock expands to Colorado Springs and Tuscon, now in 17 cities
Now available in 17 markets across the country, Home Swap helps sellers sell before they buy and move without worrying about showings, vendors and other traditional hassles of having a home on the market.
by Craig C. Rowe Feb 11
Dealing with indecisive buyers? File, don't fire
Who has time to deal with wishy-washy buyers in inventory-starved markets? Pat Hiban sits down with real estate coach Darryl Davis to get his top strategies on turning these buyers into opportunities for doubling business
by Pat Hiban Feb 9
5 mistakes you're probably making in your listing descriptions
Your ho-hum property descriptions may be undermining your MLS marketing. Avoid these five common mistakes to make your next description pop
by Christy Murdock Feb 8
Inman Handbook on digital lead generation
Paid or organic? Email marketing or direct mail? The Inman Handbook on lead generation is here to help you understand the nuance in lead types, qualification and marketing tactics
by Craig C. Rowe Feb 8
Super Bowl act The Weeknd still trying to sell LA mansion for $22M
The entertainer, whose real name is Abel Tesfaye, originally listed the property in June 2020 for $25M, but dropped the price by $3M in December
12 ways to generate listings in a low-inventory market
Here are a few ways real estate agents can proactively persuade potential homesellers to put their properties on the market now
by Bernice Ross Feb 3
Say no to FSBO! 7 risks homesellers take when they go it alone
Opinion
In today's market, the stakes are high, decisions are swift, and there is immense pressure on everyone in the transaction — which is why sellers need a real estate agent by their side
by Cara Ameer Feb 2
A commission suit with a twist: It's the buyers who are getting screwed
A new lawsuit filed earlier this week sits in stark contrast to 3 previous homeseller suits that allege commission sharing between cooperating brokers inflates seller costs
by Andrea V. Brambila Jan 29
9 questions everyone's asking about Zillow's IDX shift
Opinion
What does Zillow's IDX shift mean for you and your business? Here are the answers to all your lingering questions
by Jay Thompson Jan 29
8 ways real estate agents can combat commission compression
Keller Williams trainer Dana Cadena and Compass Texas sales manager Bryan Pacholski share how agents can garner the commissions they deserve
by Marian McPherson Jan 27
3 strategies to find listings in inventory-starved markets
Real estate experts Jeff Lobb and Stacie Staub share tips on how to find inventory in today's tight markets at Inman Connect
by Patrick Kearns Jan 26
Agent Image debuts a new solution for digital listing presentations
The Inman Connect audience was offered a unique look at what website developers Agent Image believe is the future of listing presentations and online open houses.
by Craig C. Rowe Jan 26
Stop! 7 bad listing agent behaviors that can hamper a deal
For a transaction to go over smoothly, agents have to maintain professionalism while keeping the process as pleasant as possible for everyone involved. If you're a listing agent, now's the time to stop these irksome behaviors
by Michelle Shelton Jan 26
Sandra Bullock sells Tybee Island estate below asking at $4.2M
After sitting on the market for nearly 2 years, Bullock accepted an offer for her estate that was about $2.33M below the original asking price
by Lillian Dickerson Jan 25
Boston home atop Underground Railroad hits the market for $10.7M
The 1827-built property is an impeccably preserved Federal-style home in Boston's Beacon Hill, and it contains a bunker that was once a stop on the Underground Railroad
by Lillian Dickerson Jan 22
How indies can teach their agents to showcase their value
By focusing on these 10 simple areas, agents will up their level of service to compete with even the biggest of franchises
by Andrew Bearden Jan 21
7 realities your buyers and sellers should prepare for in 2021
The real estate market boomed last year, as people sought more space, amenities and new jobs that required relocation. But what will 2021 look like? Here's what will likely change — or stay the same — this year
by Cara Ameer Jan 19