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.
You want to stay on top of new tools changing the real estate industry. But it may be the gadgets you already use—deployed in transformative ways—that make the difference.
Project Upstream promises to transform the listing data space. What does this initiative mean for MLSs?
Owning a home is a key rung on the ladder of economic advancement. What happens if that rung remains elusive for many?
The economic environment has shifted. Amid changing consumer demands and an array of industry disruptions, build career staying power by embracing an entrepreneurial approach to your work.
Susan Stearns was determined to help her daughter forge an independent life, and along the way she helped a nonprofit expand and innovate to meet ever-growing needs.
Cresset Development’s Andrew Castraberti identifies building assets that developers and property managers should consider (or avoid) in new or redesigned apartment buildings.
The iconic yard sign has been begging for an overhaul for decades. These inventors have brought their visions to market.
When chickens and bees wander into your sale, life gets interesting.
REALTOR® Magazine’s Residential Franchise Report offers an opportunity to examine the trends and trajectory of real estate companies old and new.
When buildings outlast their initial utility, savvy practitioners can help give these structures a new, viable role in their communities.
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World leaders, urban planners, and other industry thinkers weigh in on what it takes for a city to attract top-tier talent and take on global problems.
Realty Mogul CEO Jilliene Helman talks about her company, coming changes with Reg. A+, and the secret to starting a successful business before you turn 30.
Advice from an FAA official, a legal expert, and the first real estate pro to secure a waiver to use an unmanned aerial vehicle in his real estate business can help you determine your course.
The "Back to the Future" franchise offers prophetic insights about the real estate industry, predicting the scope of change over three decades.
The definition of sensitive client information varies depending upon location, but in general, the threshold is low. Are your data storage and destruction plans legal?
Cloud storage seems to get cheaper by the day, but in terms of security, you get what you pay for.
Every person involved in a brokerage’s operations has a duty to keep sensitive data safe. Find out how you can pitch in.
Looking for a cloud storage solution, but not sure what kind of space and security your get with the off-the-shelf options? We compare popular web applications’ free, basic, and pro versions to help you decide which is best for your business.
Heather Leikin had a beautiful beachside listing on her hands, but she had to work hard to make a lifestyle match.
A growing web of connectivity among people, devices, and homes will upend the way we interact with the world. Here’s a glimpse into how the changes may affect your business and your life.
Associations and MLSs are beginning to examine how they could harness connected devices—and the data that inevitably flows from them—to improve the member experience.
Here are three predictions for residential design, including a growing kitchen niche, a caveat on smart home devices, and updated staging tips.
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