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Say it ain’t so: The 2 toughest things to say to clients
Throughout my real estate career, I’ve found there are two small phrases that are at the same time both the most powerful — and the most difficult — words you can say to a client.
How to suss out the ‘looky-loos’ from actual prospects
As agents, we often have to deal with insincere people who are not serious about purchasing or selling properties. Here's how to spot them and prevent them from wasting your precious time.
WATCH: How to build brand awareness for $2 a day
During Inman Connect Las Vegas, the founder and CEO of Shred Media shared a cost-effective Facebook ad strategy to build brand awareness for just $2 per day.
WATCH: The ‘single most important thing’ you can do to grow your client list
Ready to grow your subscriber list? At Inman Connect Las Vegas, Grant Wise shares tips on how to make your life easier and ramp up your business by leveraging automation platforms.
NAR calls for improvements to the qualified mortgage rule
The National Association of Realtors is calling on the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau to improve the qualified mortgage definition and government-sponsored entity patch as well as support an extension before figuring out the long-term solution.
A yawning divide? Separate bedrooms are growing in popularity among married couples
A new survey found that up to 25 percent of married couples sleep in separate beds while 10 percent have separate bedrooms.
Trump Administration cites housing regulations as major source of homelessness crisis
A new White House report on homelessness says that overregulation and other factors have led to hundreds of thousands of people living on the street.
StreetEasy launches new agent advertising program
"StreetEasy Experts" will now allow buyer's agents to advertise themselves on specific listings.
The psychology behind pricing a home in the luxury sphere
Pricing a property is a real skill no matter the niche, but it can be especially tricky in the luxury market. That's why we got some of the top luxe agents to share how they work through pricing with high-net-worth sellers.
Buyers’ desire for fireplaces has been extinguished
Only 41 percent of newly constructed homes have fireplaces, according to the National Association of Home Builders in a new report.
Inman Golden I Club finalists: Agent and team categories
The agent and team categories showcase the top luxury professionals in the industry. Winners will be announced at Luxury Connect, Oct. 16-17 in Beverly Hills.
Allen Tate acquires vacation and investment property brokerage
The acquisition of Blowing Rock Investment Properties is Allen Tate's first since joining Hanna Holdings, the parent company of Howard Hanna Real Estate.
Builder confidence hits yearly high in September
The National Association of Home Builders' monthly measure of market conditions reached its highest point in 2019 and the highest point since October.
How to sell and manage Airbnb investment properties
Running a successful portfolio of short-term rentals is not a part-time gig.
WATCH: Why YouTube is a a ‘killer lead generation strategy’
Content marketing on YouTube can be a great way to generate quality business leads, says Keller Williams agent Karin Carr, who uses it to build her business. One of the biggest bonuses of this practice is that it's free.
Dear Marketing Mastermind: Do hashtags matter?
In this monthly advice column, the Marketing Mastermind, regular Inman columnist Christy Murdock Edgar, answers three burning questions. This month’s topic: Are you confused by the hows and whys of hashtags on social media? It’s my most-requested topic — and one you need to master. Learn how to up your hashtag game here.
6 major challenges all real estate teams face
Leading a team is essentially like herding cats. If you're the one establishing the team, the odds of your getting cat-wrangling "right" from the get-go are zero. Plan on facing these six common challenges head on.
Agent/broker perspective: Should brokers make exceptions for top producers?
In this column, Anthony Askowitz explores a hypothetical Miami real estate situation from both sides of the broker/agent dynamic. This month: He talks through assumptions associated with annual internal awards and how to handle issues that arise when previous top producers don't make the cut.
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