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Today’s Real Estate Professionals Uphold a Rich Legacy You might know your way around a marketing campaign or your favorite real estate CRM, but have you studied up on the rich and lengthy history of your profession as a whole? Agents today are the result of thousands of years of societal change and continue to help facilitate

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 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

Buyers and Sellers Alike Are in for a One-of-a-Kind Housing Market Homeownership can be an emotionally taxing process in the best of times, never mind in the wake of a global pandemic, COVID-19 recession, and period of record-low mortgage interest rates. Luckily, stellar real estate agents are here to save the day, imparting knowledge and wisdom to

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

You Don’t Have to Give Up Personal Style to Move Back In With Your Parents While some millennials may be purchasing multi-million dollar mansions in luxe ski towns, the fact is that far more just so happen to be moving back in with their parents. In 2018, Zillow reported that more millennials were living at home then

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

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!”

Become the Ghostess with the Mostest by Avoiding These Design Trends There's nothing ghosts love more than dank, dark houses full of nooks and crannies. But haunted attics and spooky cellars are so 1821, and ghosts in 2021 are unfortunately facing a new series of home trends that feel, well, unhauntable. Keep reading to learn more about

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