To keep the American experiment vital and vibrant, we need buy-in from folks who are getting overlooked in the current market. Broker owner Troy Palmquist offers insight into ways to make the dream more attainable.
Rising mortgage rates are prompting some lenders to downsize to adapt to changing market conditions. But the market shift is also expected to drive mergers and acquisitions.
With his slicked-back hair, full sleeve tattoos, nose ring and spot-on early-2000s punk rock singing voice, Wisconsin RE/MAX agent Colin Schindler struck social media gold this week with his MTV Total Request Live-worthy remake of Blink-182's "All The Small Things," appropriately dubbed "All The Listings."
This month, Inman looks at luxury real estate to develop a working definition and determine how to differentiate services for discerning luxury clients.
The investment management firm acquired nonbank mortgage lender First Guaranty Mortgage as part of broader strategy to serve lower end of market.
Here's a preview of what's to come as we kick off Luxury Month and dive into the biggest market trends of 2022. Check back next week as Inman ranks the biggest deals of the past 12 months.
Julie Jones is bringing her specialization in waterfront properties to Douglas Elliman's Fort Lauderdale office.
Having grown up in Texas, broker-owner Kelley Liu has seen first-hand how the Texas AAPI population has influenced the state and its markets, and vice-versa.
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The listing in Manhattan is for two separate apartments next to each other — but there's a catch, and it's a big one.
The typical asking price for a home on the market took a modest downward turn in late May and early June, a sign of a softening market.
Power buyers became synonymous with cash offers during the first two years of the COVID housing market. Homeward's CEO shares what's next for the sector ahead of Inman Connect Las Vegas.
Artur'In automates marketing campaigns and content around new listings or team accomplishments and agent brands.
Housing could be made more affordable, according to broker Teresa Boardman. The problem? It's not in enough people's self-interest to do so.
Even though the market is cooling, low inventory will continue to drive competitive offers. Try these strategies to help them come out on top.
Stake, which offers banking services and cash rewards to renters for being proactive in their occupancy, has secured a Series A funding round of $12 million.
The second quarter of 2022 saw the affordability of the typical home purchase erode at the fastest pace in at least two decades.
The recent market shift has some real estate professionals responding out of fear. Instead, writes coach Todd Duncan, dig down and get in touch with the fundamentals to develop a service-oriented approach that will win the day.