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Trump Admin issues healthcare reform that will save Realtors big money
A new health care reform announced today could change the way real estate professionals and other small business owners get healthcare coverage.
How taking a break can recharge your real estate career
If your batteries are running low, a summer sabbatical might be just the thing you need to supercharge your real estate career. These agents think so.
A luxury condo tower is giving residents Tesla vehicles to share
A new luxury tower in Chicago is trying out an innovative concept: giving its residents a garage full of Tesla vehicles to drive.
Real estate leaders weigh in on Trump border separation policy
As the nation slowly learns more about the Trump administration’s policy, a few leading voices in the real estate industry have spoken out.
Inman announces another 11 Startup Alley participants for ICSF18
Inman Group announced 11 additional companies that will be part of Startup Alley at Inman Connect in San Francisco, July 17 - 20, 2018.
Fresh air, health care: the cities where Americans live longest
Summit County in Colorado and Billings County in North Dakota earned top spots when it comes to the average lifespan of its residents.
ICSF Connect Paths: What to attend if you’re a team
We've put together some handy suggestions specifically for those of you bringing your teams to Connect, as there's a wealth of content this year specifically geared toward the future and growth of teams. Let us be your guide through the week and help you with some recommendations for which sessions to attend to get the most out of your time at Connect.
Rent surges nationally, but single-family prices grow steadily at 2.7%
Rent for single-family homes across 20 of the country's largest metropolitan areas has grown steadily between 2010 and 2018, according to CoreLogic.
MetaProp moves into the big time with $40M fund
Real estate tech venture capital firm and startup accelerator MetaProp is set to move beyond $100,000 checks with a new fund of $40 million that will back 40 early-stage companies.
Virtual office brokerage eXp Realty hits 12,000 agents
The company is now up to 12,000 agents across its markets in North America, 85 percent growth since the start of 2018, per a release today.
US housing starts reach highest level in over a decade
Residential housing starts rose 5 percent in May, the highest rate since June 2007, according to Bloomberg.
5 things all homeowners should fix before selling
As summer approaches and the U.S. real estate market heats up, prospective sellers might be anxious to list and rush to market. Although timing is important, there are several things sellers should check into before putting their home on the market if they hope to sell fast and for top dollar.
Move over Google, Mapfit wants to be real estate’s go-to mapping app
Mapfit is a new mapping technology that uses perpetually updating vector mapping for door-to-door navigation and entrance identification.
7 mistakes that’ll make you look like a rookie agent
Embarking on a new real estate career is an exciting time. New agents are often ready to hit the ground running before the ink is dry on their new license. Many new agents learn the business as the problems fall in their lap or by making mistakes. Here are seven common mistakes you might be making as a new agent. 
Agent/broker perspective: What can brokers do to improve agent safety?
A female Miami real estate agent has concerns about safety and security while doing her job and wants to know what support she can expect from her broker.
Why you should take time to address your pain points through tech
Hands up: how many of you get distracted by pretty, shiny new tech tools that might suit your business needs, but you never have room in your schedule to roll up your sleeves and spend enough quality time to truly implement them into your business?
A Realtor posted ads about a dead driver and a prisoner of war — and the reaction was swift
"Korean Yang Kyoungjong fought with Japan against the USSR," reads one of the posts, which Hanlon later took down. "He then fought with the USSR against Germany. Then with Germany against the U.S.! Want an agent who fights for you, call me!"
Real estate competition ‘never been more fierce,’ MLS RoundTable says
The MLS RoundTable (MLSRT), a think tank whose members include multiple listing services representing about 325,000 agents and brokers nationwide, says that competition in residential real estate "has never been more fierce," according to a new letter submitted to federal regulators.
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