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Home Inspections Don’t Have to Be Painful Home inspections are a crucial part of the homebuying process, but they can be nerve-wracking. While the inspection is underway, buyers’ and sellers’ agents alike might be wondering: What will the inspectors find? Will the sale fall through? That anxiety is natural. A Zillow research report found that among sellers

Why Are Reviews and Testimonials Important to Real Estate Agents? If you find yourself conducting a Google search before trying a new restaurant or making a costly purchase, you’re in the company of most modern consumers. When it comes to purchasing a piece of real estate, you better believe potential real estate leads are going

The Prince of Nigeria Has a Bridge to Sell You In the digital age, particularly amid a work-from-home boom, agent safety extends far beyond simply staying aware of your surroundings or even wearable safety technology. Today, real estate professionals must also be aware of digital dangers. From sophisticated hack jobs to high-tech identity theft, understanding and utilizing a

Real Estate Agents Should Stage in Style Home staging, or the process of organizing, decorating, or otherwise beautifying a listing, is a critical step in the home transaction process that is believed to help the property sell at a higher price in less time. The process can be intimidating, foreign, or downright confusing for those just starting

What Happens When Social Media Stars Take on Luxury Real Estate? Many of the top names on social media platforms such as TikTok, YouTube, and Instagram brand themselves as being relatable. But with many top-earners reportedly making millions per year, they’re not exactly just like us — and neither are their houses. From mansions decorated like something out

Remote Work Could Change Where People Live Cities and counties across the U.S. have launched programs to lure remote workers to their regions, capitalizing on pandemic-era changes that have allowed tens of millions of people, especially in industries such as technology, to work from anywhere. Read More

Check Out This Hotel-Based Solution to America’s Affordable Housing Crisis As the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States, prompting travel restrictions and stay-in-place orders, hotel stays plummeted. Hundreds of millions of rooms sat empty in 2020. Meanwhile, communities across the country have seen “an acute undersupply of housing,” with renting becoming increasingly unaffordable, the National Association of REALTORSⓇ

Bitcoin Is Becoming a Bigger Part of the Housing Market Buying with Bitcoin has never been easier — or trendier. But can your clients use the digital currency to buy a house? Some sellers are warming up to the idea. Similarly, buyers might come across a listing that begins with a message to cryptocurrency fans: “Accepting Bitcoin!”

LGBTQ+ Homebuyers and Renters to Be Protected From Housing Discrimination The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is making a change that stems from the executive order President Joe Biden signed on his first day in office. It was announced in February 2021 that the Fair Housing Act will now cover those who experience discrimination because

Marijuana and Real Estate: A Budding Relationship As of now, 15 states and D.C. have legalized recreational and medicinal marijuana. There are 36 more that allow for medicinal weed. Other states, such as South Dakota, legalized marijuana in the November election and are set to join the ganja party relatively soon. For an industry that goes through constant

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