Learn about ways to help reluctant clients get rid of stuff and how to streamline your own business practices. Plus: Two big ideas for aiding home affordability. Minneapolis is aiming to expand inventory by banning single-family zoning and downpayment assistance programs are getting renewed attention as a way to help aspiring homeowners.
How decluttering your listings, your business practices, and your life can help you leap forward.
In a trendsetting move, Minneapolis has banned single-family zoning. Will new inventory and increased densities mean greater affordability?
Help renters leap into ownership with loan programs that offer down payment assistance—but make sure your clients know what they’re getting into.
Driven by consumer demand and member feedback, NAR is working to make sustainable homes the rule rather than the exception.
The market for photovoltaic installations is hot, creating opportunities for home sellers and buyers.
Chatbots are increasingly providing 24/7 contact with prospects, but are they preferable to the human touch?
Think twice before tweaking data to boost property exposure. It may be common—but it's unprofessional.
Failure to warn clients about wire fraud scams could mean financial loss for your clients—and legal trouble for you.
A resistance to change is keeping some consumers from finding homes they can afford.
The March-April 2020 Market Pulse offers a glimpse at the current state of the housing market.
NAR is raising member and public awareness about equal housing access, says 2020 NAR President Vince Malta.
A seller's painting brings special memories to the listing agent and her husband.