Join Katie Kossev, managing broker of Intero Real Estate; Malte Kramer, Luxury Presence CEO; and Nate Baker, founder and CEO of Qualia onstage at Inman Connect New York to learn about the latest and greatest in automation.
Life is unpredictable, and things can change in a blink of an eye. What do you do when things change unexpectedly? Who do you turn to when you don't have a game plan? Billy Ekofo shares his heartfelt story onstage at Inman Connect New York.
Molly Bloom ran the largest underground poker game in Hollywood. Then the FBI came knocking. Now she’ll take center stage at the inaugural, Inman Connect Las Vegas, to run the table and tell Inman Connect attendees all. The first time Molly Bloom helped her then boss run an underground poker game, she went home with […]
Take a deeper look into some of the sessions and presentations at this year’s Inman Connect New York. Agent Connect Top 10 Trends Agents Need to Know in a Shifting Market Katie Kossev and Joe Rand More Than Just Likes: A Blueprint for Your Social Media Spend in the New Market Marki Lemons-Ryhal CMO Connect […]
You know the phrase, “There's no such thing as bad publicity”? If you’re a firm beliver in it, you’re in for a surprise. In his weekly column, Jay Thompson explains why he immediately thinks: "What a load of bulls**t" every time he hears it.
Every agent is familiar with all ways clients can annoy even the most composed real estate professional — but how many agents think about what it's like for clients when the tables are turned? Here are 12 things real estate agents do that consumers find completely annoying.
Learn from three relatively new agents who’ve found fast success in their markets using these tactics. Try them out, and you’ll see how easy it can be to make door-knocking a regular, valuable part of your prospecting routine.
You never want a deal lost, or even stalled, because your clients need to figure out their financials. Use this checklist to help your clients make sure they are financially fit well before the offer stage.
The emergence of the tech-stack brokerage, flexible lease models, affordable housing alternatives — Bain Capital's Matt Harris and Merritt Hummer illuminate the biggest real estate investment tech trends agents should know about in 2019.