Looking back and moving forward.
2017 brought a fair share of tragedy and triumph. Whether you experienced ups, downs, or a little bit of both, your year in real estate is drawing to a close.
Don't make these same mistakes.
You can never have too much safety. When you work a real estate deal, you might even check the fine details ten times to make sure everything aligns.
A world without real estate agents.
This article is part of our October "World Without" series, in which we imagine parallel dimensions where business professionals disappear. And we're glad you're here to celebrate Halloween with us!
Let the years tell a story.
Martin Luther King, Jr. said, "We are not makers of history. We are made by history." Perhaps this is why historic homes hold a special place in many hearts. The genuine character and stories that form a home can’t easily be recreated, and they helped to form the very basis of our lives today.
As homes become smarter, so can you.
By 2020, the global home automation market will be worth over $121.73 billion.1 The reality is, technology is here to stay. But as homes get smarter with time, so can you.
Always practice within the law.
A mortgage brokerage firm had an arrangement with a lender who paid the firm based on the number of referrals received. The brokerage firm was requiring clients to obtain a mortgage pre-approval from this specific lender, even if the client had already received pre-approval from another lender.
Take your firm to the next level.
Searching the internet isn’t the same it was ten, or even five, years ago. There’s a lot of content out there, and not all of it is credible. But you don’t have to drown in a sea of information from a heap of authors and sources. We’ve done the research for you.
Organize and manage with ease.
For real estate professionals, managing your client list and properties can be a daunting task. Check out our infographic for information on how to simplify the process with just three mobile apps.
Find clarity in an uncertain future.
Whether you like him or not, Donald Trump delivered on his promise to shake up America's political landscape. As we all wonder what will come next, real estate agents must consider how the new president will affect the housing market.
Stop cyber thieves in their tracks.
During real estate transactions, hackers attempt to divert closing proceedings from attorneys, banks, title companies, and REALTORS®. These thieves compromise the email accounts of buyers, sellers, and agents. When a wire transfer is about to happen, they intervene and steal thousands of dollars.