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  • COVID is transforming Palm Beach into a primary residence market

    Oct 12, 2020
    Paulette and Dana Koch say the pandemic has changed the buyer composition in Palm Beach, with more buyers considering a primary home than ever before.
  • It’s a small world after all: Average apartment shrank 9.7% since 2010

    Oct 12, 2020
    Centrally located, small and more affordable living spaces dominated the past decade, according to new data released by RCLCO Real Estate Advisors.
  • Let’s stop perpetuating hustle culture in real estate

    Oct 12, 2020
    Hustle culture, though often talked about in real estate, might not be a great habit for long-term success — personally or professionally. Here's why agents should consider a more sustainable, well-rounded approach.
  • Let’s talk about diversity in real estate investing

    Oct 12, 2020
    When it comes to real estate investing, the issue of diversity needs to be talked about. Do gender and race make a difference when it comes to the opportunities investors receive? Here's what recent surveys and studies say.
  • What does ‘luxury’ mean in the wake of COVID-19?

    Oct 12, 2020
    In a post-pandemic world, features that were once taken for granted are now becoming precious to homebuyers. Now, the idea of luxury means something different, and it includes these new in-demand aspects.
  • Inman Handbook on creating online home tours

    Oct 12, 2020
    This Handbook covers the tools, tech and tactics needed for marketing properties and showing them at a safe distance when needed.
  • Mortgage rates limbo: How low will they go?

    Oct 12, 2020
    Mortgage rates have been incredibly low now for quite a while. There are a couple of big reasons for this that we’ll touch on below. There’s no doubt that part of this was due to spooked equities last week as tech stocks in particular have seen volatility. Much of the selloff was based around stocks such as Apple and Amazon.
  • “How do I get my agents to adopt new tech?”

    Oct 12, 2020
    Tyler Smith is the CEO of SkySlope, and he’s here to take on the industry’s questions, speaking from his experience as a tech leader and former top producer. And when he says, “Ask me anything!” he means it.
  • Home prices in the pandemic: dig deeper into the data

    Oct 12, 2020
    In the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, we were faced with a world of unknowns. Lockdowns across the country created lack of access to homes for showings, inspections, and appraisals. Unemployment numbers spiked precipitously, reaching nearly 15% in April.
  • How does this title company help agents win more business?

    Oct 12, 2020
    As a relationship-driven business, it’s no surprise that top performing agents enjoy the deep trust of their clients. They earn it by delivering unparalleled service, by having a mastery of data, and by being actively responsive. They carefully guide clients through the phases of listing a property or searching for homes.
  • What the decentralizing of work means for your market (part 1 of 2)

    Oct 12, 2020
    Successful professionals in business and finance are some of the leading buyers and sellers of luxury real estate. And their lives have been changed by the rise of remote work, digital collaboration, and the decentralization of offices, with direct ramifications for their homebuying behavior.
  • Is it time for you to hire an assistant?

    Oct 11, 2020
    As you work with more prospects and clients and close more transactions, you will discover you cannot get to everything you need to accomplish during the day. An assistant can be the best thing you can do for your business so that you can take it to the next level.
  • Don’t alienate buyers! 10 in-person showing turnoffs 

    Oct 10, 2020
    With COVID-19 limiting access to listings, buyer visits are at a premium. Sellers hoping for an offer need to ensure nothing alienates a buyer who goes through the hassle of viewing their home in person.
  • 7 tips for a better 2021 plan

    Oct 09, 2020
    While every real estate salesperson, brand or organization does things differently, I’ve had discussions with many of you about the trends we are seeing across the Inman community that may make your business plan a little different this year.
  • Property at George Washington’s Mount Vernon estate asks $60M — Alexandria’s priciest listing ever

    Oct 09, 2020
    Mount Vernon's 16,000-square-foot River View estate combines history with modern amenities on the banks of the Potomac River.