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Vacation Home Sales Surge During COVID-19 Pandemic In the months after COVID-19 hit the United States, vacation home sales shot up, likely the combined result of low-interest rates, a desire to escape amid social distancing and lockdown, and an unprecedented ability to work from anywhere. It’s part of a major cultural shift around work and homebuying in the

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

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

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

Unleash Your Career Growth Potential by Creating a Real Estate Team Success in real estate is often a product of team effort. A great team will outperform an individual REALTOR® every single day of the week. Even if you’re a rainmaker, you won’t be able to take care of every lead that comes your way. Building a real

Americans Are Jumping Into These Five Key Industries With the pandemic continuing to infiltrate our everyday livelihoods, many people are considering a career change. Much of this desire for change centers on the high unemployment rate debilitating our economy’s growth. A recent Google Trends report backs up this statement; there’s a clear surge in people searching

Learn These 4 Steps to Better Serve LGBTQ Clients LGBTQ homeseekers often face an uncertain journey when going through the home search and buying process. Like most minority identity groups, they are at significant risk of discrimination. Take homeownership - LGBTQ individuals are roughly 15% less likely to be homeowners than heterosexuals. Discrimination can manifest itself in a

You Need to Read This Before Deciding to Become a Real Estate Agent Oh thank the heavens, you have found this blog. While you may not know it yet, we have saved you from making a life-altering and tragic decision. We can probably get past all the small talk and pleasantries and assume you’re considering a career

Troy Palmquist Explains How He Schedules His Busy Day as a Real Estate Agent Being a steward of real estate is a noble profession, albeit one that moves at the speed of light. How many businesses require expert transaction knowledge, unmatched salesmanship, solid people skills, and the ability to manage complex situations in short time frames with

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