Today's sellers may have done their own research and come up with their own prices, so it's up to agents to manage expectations and gently deliver reality.
The typical African American family could afford just 25 percent of the homes for sale last year, down from 39 percent in 2012, according to a new Redfin study.
New companies are using a combination of money, technology and data to deliver consumers an experience that is efficient, certain and convenient. And the clash between old and new is creating tribalism amongst players vying for the top of the heap. Not surprisingly, the MLS finds itself squarely in the middle.
Luxury buyers are gravitating away from the grand estate and toward properties with lots of amenities and little maintenance.
Although feng shui is more than 3,000 years old, some Westerners are still mystified by the practice. Juwai exec Georg Chmiel shares what you need to know.
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Brad Inman argued Wednesday morning at Luxury Connect that the real estate market today is dominated by change and that agents need to be smarter to thrive.
Opendoor CEO Eric Wu said he thinks the role of agents will change significantly — while musing that "it's good to be hated" by some agents.
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Police found 29 dead bodies on land where this property was built, but under Illinois law, owners are not required to disclose such details.
Robert Shapiro's Woodbridge Group reportedly promised low-risk investments with high-risk returns, but instead, the money was shuffled into shell companies.
Success in real estate requires a particular mindset, especially when life throws curve balls.