News & Commentary: Commentary Articles
Will your E&O policy cover you if your brokerage’s intranet site is locked by ransomware?
You’re a member of this REALTOR® family, regardless of whether you think so. If you expect to make your voice heard by your peers, this is where to start.
Broadcasting a better version of yourself on social media won’t make your exaggerations about your business—or your life—more real.
An uncertain political climate is no match for your resolve to help your clients achieve their dreams.
Like many millennials, my wife and I don’t want a big house. But that’s all we can get a loan for.
I’m not the quickest adapter to change in the industry, and I’m still learning things younger agents have already mastered. Here’s how I power forward, even if I’m behind the times.
A series of legislative wins has bolstered real estate, but the pressure is on to stay vigilant for the arrival of a new administration and Congress.
Owning a home free and clear isn’t always the right goal for older people. Should your clients roll the dice with real estate investments?
One writer says the ghostly occurrences in his house give it a unique character — and he’s not worried it will hurt his resale value.
Negotiations aren’t about fighting for everything your client wants.