California's scorching-hot housing market expected to stay 'incredibly competitive'
California Association of Realtors blames lack of supply for 'terrible consequences' on quality of life for potential buyers
The Evergrande crisis: Everything real estate agents need to know
One of China's largest property developers is in dire financial straits and the world is watching. What does it mean for the US housing market, real estate agents and economy?
by Daniel Houston Sep 23
Homebuilders primed for big year of earnings. Here's the stocks to watch
Anticipating a high demand for homes, a research team at JPMorgan Chase is bullish on several real-estate stocks and investment trusts, according to a new analysis
by Daniel Houston Sep 24
5 reasons to be optimistic about the 2022 housing market
At the National Association of Realtors' national conference on Friday, NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun shared promising insights about 2022
by Marian McPherson Nov 18
For years, homeowners were staying put. Is that trend about to change?
Americans used to spend less time in their homes before selling. Then came the housing crash of 2008. But according to a pair of new surveys, the pandemic may be reversing that change
by Daniel Houston Dec 20
4 states reach pre-pandemic job levels, with more on the way: Report
Economists told The Wall Street Journal how population growth has driven the strongest job recoveries — most recently in Texas and Arizona
by Daniel Houston Jan 18
From Realtors with love: 89 tips for new real estate agents in 2022
Inman reached out to more than 200 of the country's top agents by transaction sides and sales volume and asked 1 simple question: What's your advice for agents launching careers in 2022?
Gary Keller calls 2022 'uncharted territory' in Family Reunion speech
In a 2.5-hour opening address at Keller Williams' 2022 Family Reunion, Gary Keller said agents can navigate the 2022 housing market with good data and excellent service
by Marian McPherson Feb 20
Famed coach Brian Buffini urges agents not to fear iBuyers
On the RE/MAX R4 stage this week, former RE/MAX agent and famed real estate coach Brian Buffini shared why agents shouldn't worry about iBuyers and why relationships remain supreme
by Marian McPherson Mar 3
Zillow-owned StreetEasy is turning into a 'de facto MLS,' agents balk
StreetEasy announced on Monday that it would ban listings — not agents — who don't follow the platform's 24-hour listing policy. Agents are saying the change isn't enough
by Marian McPherson Mar 21
A 'she-cession' update 1 year later: Where are these women now?
Inman recently reconnected with women in real estate we spoke with one year ago to see where things stand for them today in terms of work-life balance, in the wake of one of the most upending periods in their lifetimes
by Lillian Dickerson Mar 23
Home prices may be 'unhinged' from fundamentals, Fed analysts say
For months, the rise in home prices was in line with underlying indicators. Now, it may have gone too far, a Dallas Fed report suggests
by Daniel Houston Apr 1
Keller Williams Pres. Marc King has a plan for unproductive agents
Keller Williams President Marc King says the company has a TBA plan to help the 80% of agents who are underproducing level up — playing to the company's belief that the agent is always no. 1
by Marian McPherson Apr 11
The US economy's run stalls, but real estate forges ahead
The nation's gross domestic product shrank in the first three months of 2022, overshadowing a strong period for residential investment
by Daniel Houston Apr 28
Realtors get inside look at Capitol Hill politics, including Roe v. Wade
At the NAR midyear conference, journalists Anna Palmer and Jake Sherman answered Realtor questions on abortion, Trump, Biden, the Capitol attack and the upcoming midterm elections
NAR chief economist: We may be in for a 'most unique' recession
Lawrence Yun predicted this year's housing market will see declining sales, rising home prices and an American Dream increasingly out of reach
Google searches for 'housing bubble' have been spiking since March
Google Trends experienced a spike in searches for the term 'housing bubble' earlier this spring, and it hasn't fully returned to normal levels, hinting that the topic is at least on a lot of minds
by Jim Dalrymple II May 23