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Why building relationships is paramount to maintaining a healthy pipeline

This story about two agents’ transactions illustrates the difference between a “little picture” and “big picture” approach to growing your real estate career. Source: click here

Why we need to get real about working with elderly clients

Things can get dicey in our society when it comes to the rights of adults who have mental impairments. Regular contributor Teresa Boardman shares her personal experiences with Alzheimer’s. Source: click here

Get off your phone! 4 tips for keeping it face-to-face

The reality is, the majority of commissions will still come from mining a database, not the single-digit conversions from the internet or noise that can be a distraction. Here are a few ways you can up your game in today’s connected real estate landscape. Source: click here

3 reasons listing agents should attend appraisals

A recent experience made regular contributor Troy Palmquist wonder: How many listing agents show up to appraisals? Here’s why he thinks it’s worth popping into the appraisal on your sellers’ behalf. Source: click here

Realogy’s revenue declines, earnings fall in line with consensus

Realogy posted $1.1 billion in revenue in the second quarter of 2019, a decline of 9 percent from the first quarter due largely to lower transaction volume at its own-side real estate brokerage NRT.  Source: click here

Divvy can now pre-approve rent-to-own customers in 15 minutes

Rent-to-own startup Divvy unveiled a new, streamlined service Thursday that pre-approves would-be homeowners in as little as 15 minutes. Source: click here

A home inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright is up for sale for $540K

For those not lucky enough to live in one of the homes designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, a property inspired by the iconic architect is on the market for $540,000. Courtesy of The three-bedroom, two-bathroom home in Salt Lake City, Utah, was built by architect and Wright historian Burtch Beall in 1956. With wood […]

Realogy has hit pause on big acquisitions. That could change

Since scooping up Climb Real Estate in 2016, the company has moved away from brokerage acquisitions. But Realogy CEO Ryan Schneider revealed how that all might change. Source: click here

Realogy stock slides to new low following earnings

Investors are not pleased after Realogy on Thursday released its first quarter 2019 earnings, in which the New Jersey-based residential real estate holdings giant reported a second consecutive quarter of losses. Realogy’s stock price on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) plummeted more than 22 percent to a new all-time low of $10.10 per share at closing on […]

Connect Las Vegas: Are you an agent for change?

This summer, top agents, brokers and industry leaders from across the globe will coalesce at Inman Connect Las Vegas, July 23-26, to network, make connections and discover new technology and strategies that are shaping the industry. If you’ve never been to Inman Connect, we’re helping you get there with a special offer (details below). Changes […]

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