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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

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

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

Tight Housing Inventory & Historically-Low Mortgage Rates Fuel the U.S. Housing Recovery A recent report from Realtor.com indicates that as states slowly reopen their economy, the once-stagnant housing market has begun to surge. Two contributing factors to this rise can be pinpointed to the 30-Year Mortgage Rates hitting historic lows (2.86 percent) and a more competitive housing

How Will COVID-19 Hurt Commercial Real Estate & the Banks Backing Their Holdings? The past decade has seen a remarkable rise in our economy as a whole. Almost every industry has seen massive gains, both in the spreadsheets and in the stock market. However, with the onset of coronavirus back in March, a high level of uncertainty

Overcome a COVID-19 Thanksgiving With Ideas Inspired by America’s Favorite Family Man, Clark Griswold Thanks to COVID-19, the usual traditions of gorging on drumsticks while fighting with your in-laws about what truly constitutes a violation of an agency’s fiduciary duties - something you can learn about for your NAR Code of Ethics requirements - are out the

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