Monthly Archives: December 2015

The best Inman stories from 2015: staff picks

It’s a good thing stories aren’t children, because writers (and editors, and publishers) definitely have their favorites. These weren’t necessarily the most-read or most popular stories on Inman [..]

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Danielle Lazier on a hands-off management style

The senior broker at Climb Real Estate Group talks about mentoring agents and why a laissez-faire management style can work in real estate …

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Podcast: Your 12-step program for real estate confidence (part 2)

Is anxiety an unwanted part of your real estate career? Do you feel like every deal is hit or miss, even if you’re doing your best? Today we’re [..]

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‘Homeless fighting Wells Fargo fraud’ real estate agent launches GoFundMe campaign

Homeless with two dogs after losing her properties to foreclosure in 2012, a Virginia woman named Sheri Daniel has launched a crowdfunding campaign to get her out of [..]

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Bay Area prices up and nearing historic high

Homes in the Golden State keep getting more and more expensive, and prices are approaching an all-time high. San Francisco is much like other areas of the country [..]

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Los Angeles revamps its solar program

Los Angeles’ mayor Eric Garcetti recently announced that the Department of Building and Safety (DBS), along with the Department of Water and Power, has improved three aspects of [..]

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The house that leg lamps built

This Christmas, one lucky family will enter a small home on a narrow, working-class street in Cleveland and wake up in the house where the beloved film “A [..]

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Wave of multifamily deliveries to hit downtown Houston

Multifamily deliveries and project starts are expected to taper off in Houston; however, the city’s downtown should see the completion of nearly 5,200 units in the next 24 [..]

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Michael Wurzer on what’s next in tech for 2016

“These API wars won’t be won in 2016,” Wurzer said. “But the many competing options will show the need for cooperation on industry standards.” …

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Seasonality amid a rehabbing market is in full effect in Chicago

The city of Chicago saw sales slide a little bit over this time last year. In November 2015, 1,615 homes changed hands. That’s a drop of 1.4 percent [..]

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