Meg White is the managing editor of REALTOR® Magazine. She often tackles topics such as technology, MLSs, design, and commercial real estate. You can reach her at mwhite[at]realtors.org or follow her on Twitter.
Developers are bringing the farm closer to consumers’ tables in urban, rural, and suburban spaces. Learn how real estate pros work in communities that are organized around the availability of fresh, hyperlocal food.
What does it take to motivate your sphere for a prolonged get-out-the-vote campaign? Ray Lord reveals how he pulled off an impressive win.
Customer relationship management is a necessity, but many platforms fall short. These real estate pros are creating their own solutions.
As environmentally friendly features become a mainstay of commercial property, learn what it takes to excel at selling and leasing green space.
Lounges and business centers can make a condo or apartment complex feel dated. Thankfully, there are a few easy fixes that can bring these common amenities up to date.
Technological advances in construction will represent a huge shift for the building and real estate industries in the next decade. Are you ready?
If you want your marketing to resonate in the long term, you need to get to know the home buyers of the future. Hear the housing dreams of Generation Z in their own words.
The former U.S. Secretary of State called on all Americans to help promote a more civilized tone in the national discourse.
NAR members kicked off the 2016 REALTORS® Conference & Expo in Orlando by teaming up on a forward-thinking Habitat for Humanity build.
From making listings look their best to working with difficult clients, you have more in common with residential architects and interior designers than you think.
Upstream is set to go live with a pilot program in five U.S. markets.
Innovations in modern cartography offer new tools for real estate professionals to connect with current and future clients.
Ed Liebzeit gives a voice to victims of the often-silent scourges of sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalking, while helping to provide a range of services.
Understanding the basics of a home’s component parts has always been in the real estate agent’s wheelhouse. As internet-connected technologies become part of the package, don’t fall behind the curve.
If the popular rating and review sites aren’t playing nicely, create your own path to gathering clients’ post-transaction thoughts.
Instead of typing out the same responses to clients and prospects over and over, save a few canned responses so you can get back to them with lightening speed.
Home buyers are looking for the right property, but they’re also looking for the right community. Does your area have elements to draw them in?
Each platform has its secrets. Learn how you can use these nuggets from successful brokers and tech entrepreneurs to strike a more cultivated tone online.
Here are a few of the products that had members buzzing at the REALTORS® Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo in Washington, D.C., this month.
Real estate has been slow to attract young professionals, but forward-thinking brokers are overcoming common barriers to entry.
At this week’s RESO conference, experts explained how innovations would change how MLSs, brokers, and agents bring property to the market.
Even if you have a great idea and a stellar tech team, making, testing, and marketing an app isn’t easy. Learn how one real estate pro tackled the challenge.
It’s time for a brand new conversation about the value you bring to real estate transactions. Here’s a glimpse into the making of the association’s new digital-first advertising campaign.
Learn how those in commercial real estate are stepping up to help ailing town centers.