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Ribbon will turn any home bid into an all-cash offer

A new startup wants to make sure homebuyers never lose out to all-cash offers again. Ribbon, launched in Charlotte, North Carolina, last month, promises to turn any homebuyer into a guaranteed all-cash buyer. Source: click here

HUD fines California landlords over racist renting practices

Property managers at two housing complexes in Lake Elsinore, California, were forced to pay $8,000 each in fines for alleged racial discrimination against prospective tenants, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced yesterday. Source: click here

NAR, take the high road in Washington, D.C.

This week when the National Association of Realtors board of directors gathers in Washington, D.C., for its annual midyear conference, the NAR leadership has an historic opportunity to bridge the gap within a divided organization. (Among other things, the board will consider a controversial $30 dues hike.) First, NAR President Elizabeth Mendenhall and CEO Bob […]

How partnering with a lender can increase your business

For many potential homebuyers, particularly millennials and first-time buyers, recent trends in the real estate market make financing a home seem daunting at best and impossible at worst. Source: click here

How Keller Williams expansion team CEO is betting on talent

The way Chris Suarez, CEO of Xperience Real Estate sees it, one of the most important things he can do as a Keller Williams national expansion team CEO is bring new players into the industry. Source: click here

What makes a real estate call to action highly effective?

All real estate agents worth their salt are familiar with “calls to action,” but knowing the phrase and putting it into practice in your marketing messages are two completely different things. Source: click here

How an agent-stager duo is marketing this historic luxury skyscraper

One of the things that makes New York City real estate so iconic is the blend of old and new, the storied past with constant reinvention. Nowhere is this more evident than in NYC real estate development, where historic buildings are reborn as extraordinary contemporary living spaces. Source: click here

Homes.com launches new ‘conversational’ consumer-driven search experience

When a real estate company initially hires a web design firm, the company will ask the firm to share a few websites that inspire it. This gives the company a place to start, and a look inside what the firm prefers. That concept is one of the primary drivers behind the all-new Homes.com, which launched […]

Agent/broker perspective: Is technology replacing real estate agents?

A mid-career Miami real estate agent is feeling threatened by the rise of Zillow, FSBO, etc., as replacements to the traditional real estate agent, and she is strongly considering a career change. Source: click here

Queens residents protest outside NYC mayor’s mansion, City Hall over new homeless shelter

Elected officials and community activists continued their fight over the city’s placement of a new homeless shelter in Queens on the outskirts of one of its most pricey neighborhoods. Source: click here

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