The National Association of Home Builders' Housing Market Index rose to 65 points in July, according to data released Tuesday.
The push into the Pacific Northwest marks the 12th market in which the all-cash home offer service operates.
According to the latest CoreLogic data released on Tuesday, monthly rent for a single-family home grew by 3 percent to an average of $1,442 in May.
In light of the recent earthquakes in Southern California, there is no better time to remind ourselves of the ways in which we can educate, provide referrals and solidify client relationships on a grand scale. Here are four ideas on how to help clients prepare for "the big one."
Young consumers are blithely unaware of the importance of credit scores to their financial lives, according to recent surveys. This is troubling as Americans' debt levels reach record highs. The good news is that people tend to change their behaviors once they learn how their financial habits impact their scores.
With each year, a successful Miami agent is seeing more of her low- and middle-income clients struggling to find reasonably priced homes they can afford — and it’s only getting worse. What can she and her broker do to better serve these clients while at the same time helping their sellers earn top dollar for their listings?
According to recent data from REAL Trends, the average retained company dollar dwindled to a mere 14.8% in 2017. This is down from 22% 5 years prior. Brokerages are faced with pressures on commission splits, non-producing agents, and occupancy/payroll eating into profit margins.
When listings are scarce, one-party listings can be a powerful tool to locate properties that are not currently listed but whose owners might be willing to sell if they receive the right offer. Here’s a solid strategy to turn unlisted properties into done deals.
Attending Inman Connect is one of the best ways to elevate your business. If you’re on the fence about the very first Inman conference in Las Vegas, consider what you’ll miss.
Gene Gorelik dropped dollar bills on a homeless camp in an attempt to get residents to leave. None took the offer, and the developer was escorted off the site.