Financial planning experts, and NAR's Center for REALTOR® Financial Wellness, offer tips on cash management and tax planning to help you through these turbulent times.
Most real estate pros feel a responsibility to support local charities through volunteerism or donation. Here’s some advice for those struggling to get started.
Most people get less shuteye than they need to be productive during the day. Follow this plan for winding down and falling asleep faster.
Learn how to recalibrate when the volume of distractions in your business and daily life begins to eat away at your self-confidence.
Dividing your attention to complete multiple activities at once can make you less effective at everything you’re doing.
Data shows that practitioners suffer a high rate of clinical depression. These are some reasons why, along with tips for balancing your mental health.
Most agents invest in business technology, but these inexpensive tools aim to help you keep your health on track—which can also boost your productivity at work.
Your lifestyle choices can affect the energy and positivity you bring to client relationships.
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?
They may judge homes based on superficial elements when they should be going deeper than that. One real estate agent encourages buyers to look at factors of a property that impact their mental, physical, and emotional well-being.