Monthly Archives: July 2015

Long-term interest rates fall — what’s up with down?

Whither long-term interest rates? Everyone building a new home — or thinking of buying anything — wants to know. What is the upside risk, Fed on the warpath [..]

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Realogy’s 2Q earnings per share fall below analyst expectations

While Realogy Holdings Corp.’s second-quarter earnings per share fell slightly below analysts’ expectations, the company expects to normalize its expenses following a few recent acquisitions and benefit from [..]

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3-D home of the day

There’s a feeling you get when you reach the summit after a long climb. Exhilaration. Awe. Triumph. If that feeling had a home, it would be 3807 Crest [..]

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Key principles of real estate career longevity

Success isn’t easy — and making it last is even harder. In the fast-paced, highly competitive and rapidly changing world of real estate, that’s especially true. The big-name [..]

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3 things new agents should have to do before going it alone

Now that I’ve had my license for almost a year, I am going to share what has helped me feel comfortable saying and knowing I am a professional [..]

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Doorsteps Rent quietly launches in Austin with hyperlocal content

The Doorsteps brand has had various product offerings over the course of its life before and after its acquisition by Move Inc. — but each has had the [..]

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VisualTour rebrands as Paradym

Online property tour provider VisualTour is rebranding itself as Paradym and offering its real estate agent customers new functionality to incorporate the latest Internet technology and trends, the [..]

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Meet the New Kids On the Block – Part 1

Many companies that are household names today (Zillow and Trulia, for example, to name just two) made their debut on the Connect stage as wee startups. Next week, [..]

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3 ways to help buyers fall in love with a home

But nothing is going to get buyers closer to “I do” than getting them to fall in love. And yes, you can create a love connection. Here’s how [..]

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Infographic: Facebook’s revenue growth reveals where consumers are moving

If you’ve had any doubts about whether mobile advertising is a lasting trend, this data might change your mind. Facebook’s desktop advertising brought in $918 million for the [..]

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