April 20, 2017
Baby boomers are expected to sell their homes in large numbers over the next decade. Will you be ready to help them?
Millennials love to do many things online, but when it comes to real estate, they still prefer a local face-to-face relationship.
Golf course neighborhoods are getting less popular as consumers show greater preferences to live near extensive trail networks and shared gardens instead.
College towns are known for being great places to invest in real estate, tending to offer stable rents and a steady pool of tenants. Find out the college areas that may offer the safest bets.
Share this infographic to help your clients in drought-prone areas plan an environmentally-friendly landscaping project.
This special type of insurance may offer greater protections to those who rent out a property than what standard homeowners insurance allows.
We want to hear about the
wildest, funniest, scariest, or most heartwarming circumstances you’ve
faced in the field. Submit your tale to our In the Trenches column, and
you could see it in print!
Like rookie buyers, clients
who have never put a property on the market before require extra
hand-holding through the sales process. Learn where they need your help
Asking customers to sign an
exclusive contract at the start of the relationship may backfire. Get
them to stay because they want to—not because they have to.
As environmentally friendly
features become a mainstay of commercial property, learn what it takes
to excel at selling and leasing green space.
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