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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

What Is Errors and Omissions Insurance? If you’ve just gotten your real estate license, congratulations — you’ve made it past one of the largest hurdles in your real estate career. Of course, that’s just the beginning of something much bigger. Ahead lies one of the most unique and fulfilling opportunities one can have, but before you start

What Are the Best Ways to Look Professional While on a Video Call? Nearly a year and a half after the COVID-19 pandemic first hit the United States, many restrictions have been lifted. But video calls, which quickly entered the mainstream as we all quarantined at home, aren’t going anywhere. For real estate professionals, video calls have become

Tips for Your First 90 Days as a Real Estate Agent So, you’ve passed your exam, and now you’re a licensed real estate agent. You’ve likely even joined a brokerage. Congratulations! You’re joining a vibrant, fast-paced community of millions of real estate professionals working in the United States. But if you’re suddenly wondering what to do next, you

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Ⓡ

President Biden Commits to Addressing Affordable Housing Crisis President Joe Biden’s $2.3 trillion jobs and infrastructure proposal includes a $213 billion investment in affordable housing, pledging to “build, preserve, and retrofit more than two million homes and commercial buildings to address the affordable housing crisis.” The proposal, called the American Jobs Plan, has faced significant Republican opposition since

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

10 Real Estate Strategies for Agents to Get Competitive Listings Listings allow real estate agents to represent properties during the sales process. Without them, you can't get paid. Still, in the competitive world of property sales, it can be difficult to know how to get listings when you’re new to real estate. You’re likely wondering, “How do

We’re Celebrating Women in Real Estate With These Five Important Facts Over the past 40 years, female real estate agents have come to dominate the residential real estate market, but it wasn’t always that way. When the National Association of REALTORS® was created in 1908, the group admitted zero female real estate agents. Over the years, a

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