Paula Hess is a freelance writer for REALTOR® Magazine.
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Commercial spaces are benefiting from homey staging touches that draw client interest and close deals.
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Be prepared to roll up your sleeves, study, specialize, and work for little or no pay before you earn that first commission.
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Ask for a sample of the builder’s contract. Most have their own, distinct from other companies’.
Ask for clarification of home warranty coverage. Warranties are often issued by a third party.
Obtain a list of costs. What is standard versus an upgrade, and how much do upgrades cost? And remember that most...
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Home-sharing sites attract agents and potential clients. Should you dive in?
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Learn why interest in triple-net leases is increasing for investors of residential real estate.
Mapping out a true picture of a “hidden” real estate market is both compelling and confounding for real estate pros.
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As they come back to the market, formerly foreclosed buyers will look to you for guidance.
When practitioners are caught up in market woes, anguish and depression can damage their judgment.