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Housing market too strong for more Fed cuts
President Trump has tweeted that the "boneheads" at the Federal Reserve should lower interest rates to "zero" or "less," but Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell took a more moderate approach.
Commercial real estate firm JLL pulls out of summit over lack of diversity
International commercial real estate firm Jones Lang LaSalle revealed Friday that it is pulling its support the upcoming New York Multifamily Summit due to a lack of diversity among the event's speakers.
Here’s what the iconic ‘Friends’ apartment would have looked like through the decades
In honor of the iconic show's 25th anniversary this weekend, Angie's List has put together what Monica and Rachel's apartment would be like in different decades, from the '20s through the '80s.
Houston Association of Realtors President: 41% of current sellers would consider using an iBuyer
Houston Association of Realtors President Bob Hale and industry experts discussed the iBuyer as a lead generation tool at RISMedia’s 2019 Real Estate CEO Exchange.
Don’t be a ‘yes agent’
A "yes agent" agrees with everything the seller says, offers up compliments and ignores anything that causes the seller angst, like data that conflicts with the seller’s opinion of price.
Agent behind Playboy mansion sale doesn’t fear a recession
Gary Gold talked to Inman about how to "coach" high-end clients, how luxury real estate will always rely on agents and how real estate pros can better work with luxury clients.
With Airbnb IPO, Realtors poised to become big shareholders
Real estate agents could comprise a disproportionately large stake, particularly if Airbnb offers equity to hosts.
Nextdoor tries to curb incivility with ‘Kindness Reminders’
Feature that prompts social network users to reconsider posting potentially offensive comments grew out of effort to combat racial profiling.
WARNING! The new iPhone iOS could expose your clients’ info
Released Thursday, the new iPhone iOS 13 has reportedly been exposing users' address books and contact information.
A third of buyers and sellers don’t want to live in political minority
"We expect to see red places in the middle of the country become redder and the blues bluer as the migration trends continue," Redfin Chief Economist Daryl Fairweather says.
The Real Word: Are you ready to get out of real estate?
Watch Byron Lazine and Nicole White give a real estate agent’s perspective on industry-related topics. This week, Byron and Nicole take the quiz  to find out if they are retirement-ready.
Afraid to have the selling options talk with sellers? Try Homebot
Homebot recently unveiled a new feature in its home-equity management app that's been bothering me. But it might just help you broach a topic you’re afraid to talk to clients about.
Inman News quiz: Think you’re on top of the week’s biggest stories?
The real estate industry threw some curveballs. Take Inman's real estate news quiz to demonstrate how strong your talking points and cocktail banter are this week.
Talkin’ ’bout my generation: How to market to your client’s stage in life
Marketing to everyone, from mid-20s, first-time homebuyers to elderly homeowners moving into retirement can be challenging because each group has varying values, needs and communication styles. Truly understanding each can make your marketing much more meaningful and effective.
Is the WeWork business model sustainable?
Here's a look at The We Company's controversial public offering and business model. Is it replaying Regus' struggles during the dot-com bubble?
Zillow is partnering with homebuilders across the US
Zillow announced Thursday a new partnership with roughly a dozen homebuilders in Zillow Offers markets across the country. The new program will allow consumers to sell their existing home to Zillow but wait up to eight months to close on the sale of their home while the new one is being built.
Manor deemed ‘haunted’ by a court of law returns to market
A Wall Street bond trader once sued a former owner for selling him the manor without disclosing that it was supposedly teeming with ghosts.
Baird & Warner partners with Buyside to display buyer data
Website integration with Buyside lets Chicagoland brokerage Baird & Warner serve up detailed buyer stats to potentially reel in more listings.
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