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.
You’re not just a real estate professional — you’re also a counselor. Learn how to respond to your clients’ feelings at each stage of their buying or selling journey.
If you don't have systems in place to perform repetitive tasks more efficiently, you’re creating more work for yourself, which creates stress and puts your health at risk.
Unpredictable schedules and client demands will get your anxiety levels up. When you’re on the go at all hours, try these techniques for destressing.
Incorporate a health and exercise angle into the way you market yourself and your listings.
Even though landlords are required by law to accommodate tenants with service animals, they can still deny pets. Here’s the difference between them and how to protect your building’s policy.
Too busy to find time for a workout? Here are some ideas for incorporating physical activity into your job.
Buyers can spot a problem property before they get to the home inspection phase. They just have to look at it from an insurance perspective.
You have to be a counselor as well as an agent when selling the home of a hoarder. Here’s how you can put them in the right mental state for the sale.