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It can be a valuable tool for sellers, but buyer’s agents have good reasons to limit what they say.
These are the foundational elements of a successful business that every agent should master.
Master these fundamental skills to best serve your clients and advance your career.
New agents can’t depend on prelicensing classes or their brokers to teach them everything about real estate. Here, experienced agents offer advice on what rookies should know at the beginning of their careers.
Steve Wadlington, president of WIN Home Inspection, explains how sellers can avoid potential conflict with buyers and gain an edge in negotiations.
Ahead of a vote to keep the NFIP from lapsing, a Houston real estate broker details his struggle to recover from Hurricane Harvey.
Working with people from diverse backgrounds means adapting your style to their needs.
After growing up poor, REALTOR® Sal Dimiceli’s mission is to help others who are disadvantaged regain a sense of dignity and pride.
How divisive public discourse is affecting business relationships—and what you can do about it.
Brokers should set policies and educate agents about what to do if hackers compromise the brokerage’s network.
More restrictive residency policies can have widespread effects on housing markets.
Laws concerning service animals, rent control, marijuana, and criminal background checks are constantly evolving. Here’s what you need to know right now.
Experts watching the international market say anti-globalism attitudes could have serious consequences for foreign investment in the U.S.
The traits that matter most to consumers.
Real estate professionals describe how the housing crisis has made them better at their jobs today.
When a bad experience or uncertainty about the future sets buyers or sellers on edge, you can help restore their sense of control.
Under fair housing law, property managers must make a reasonable accommodation for a tenant’s service or comfort animal. But how do you make sure a case is legitimate?
Are you watching every penny that comes in and out of your business? Use these tips to get a better grip on your income and expenses.
The latest technology doesn’t just make properties more marketable. Learn how to use these smart devices to thwart danger when you’re out in the field.
We’re taught to be kind to everyone, but that means keeping your guard down against potential predators. To stay safe, adapt your nature to a more dangerous world.
Tommy Arnold gives LGBT students at the University of Louisville a sense of home when their families turn their back.
Cindy Barrett repairs houses for the elderly and poor and saves them from living in unsafe conditions.
Money isn’t the sole motivator for many sellers. That’s why, when Rochelle Maize submits her buyers’ offers, she makes sure to add a personal touch.
Social media can become a huge time suck if you let it distract you from your original purpose for being online—to get more clients. Check yourself if you do any of these pointless activities.
Real estate professionals are treading carefully amidst a revival in contract-for-deed sales.