As the Federal Reserve prepares to meet next week, lower interest rates spark joy with agents and would-be buyers. Are you ready?
In addition to launching in Australia and New Zealand, the virtual brokerage also expanded its luxury program into South Africa and the United Kingdom.
Employers added 199,000 workers to their payrolls in November, a sign that the economy may achieve a soft landing but making Fed spring rate cuts less likely.
The Nobel Prize-winning musician has sold his 16-bedroom Scottish Highlands retreat to whiskey manufacturer Angus Dundee Distillers.
Coldwell Banker Global Luxury transformed a recent home trends survey of 200 luxury agents into a shoppable "Best of the Best" guide of luxury home products. The result shows luxury homeowners crave serenity now more than ever.
Consultant Diana Zaya writes that establishing a structured recruitment process, utilizing diverse sources for finding potential agents, and effectively communicating your brokerage's value proposition, you can attract agents who are ready for change and set them on a path to success.
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In partnership with Roomvo, the brokerage and search portal's new Redfin Redesign tool grants homebuyers the ability to alter room finishes while alerting agents to a buyer's growing interest.
With words of wisdom from Charlie Munger, Simon Sinek and even Friedrich Nietzsche, team leader Carl Medford looks at 12 reasons to quit a job and 12 ways to fight that impulse.
According to land investment specialist Curtis Williams, real estate professionals with their fingers on the pulse of the latest developments in this domain are poised to have a critical advantage over colleagues less expert in AI.
According to DEI expert Nora Crosthwaite, we have more questions than answers when it comes to the future of homeownership options for underserved communities, and that's unfair to consumers.
Fannie Mae economist warns that, while mortgage rates have retreated, the primary drivers of housing pessimism are persistent affordability challenges and worries about household finances.
Nearly 60 percent of millennials said they felt homeownership is more important now than it was for their parents, according to the results of a new survey released earlier this week by Bank of America.
People who left Keller Williams for a competitor have begun receiving letters telling them that their profit share earnings will be reduced from 100 percent to 5 percent.
People who live in Hollister, California, feel most confident about leaving their doors unlocked at night, according to a survey by Automatelife.net, because of low property and violent crime rates.
Real Geeks new feature was conceptualized to help real estate agents, teams and brokerages publish heavily SEO-optimized websites fit to handle IDX data feeds wrapped around content targeting agents’ specific markets.
If social media, direct mail and networking aren’t yielding enough leads, try these simple, inexpensive strategies from author and coach Darryl Davis.
Find out how managing broker Nick Zawitz and his brokerage are sharing the good news about his market, which he calls one of residential real estate's "best-kept secrets."