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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

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Ⓡ

What Is Real Estate License Reciprocity? Real estate reciprocity is the ability of a real estate license earned in one state to be used in other states. Since real estate license reciprocity states vary, and it can be incredibly confusing to navigate on your own, this guide explains how to transfer a real estate license to another

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

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

Much Like a Man Cave, She Sheds Offer Women the Opportunity to Escape From Life For some, the first introduction to a “she shed” comes courtesy of a hilarious State Farm TV commercial, in which these inspired words were uttered: “Well, it finally happened, Zachary, somebody burned down my she shed.” No doubt it forced a double

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