Monthly Archives: June 2016

Agent to Agent: dealing with inexperienced or untrained agents

In this monthly column, a member of Miami’s Master Brokers Forum will examine and resolve potential differences that may arise between real estate professionals in the field. This [..]

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Homefacts now alerts buyers when homes take turn for the worse

Imagine a homebuyer is scheduled to close on the perfect home, but then a sex offender moves in nearby or an adjacent property is registered as a former [..]

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Inman Demo Day Webinar: From spitballing to strategy — get real value from your real estate ads

In this webinar, you learn the three key audience objectives for real estate agents and the right Adwerx digital tool to help you achieve them …

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Delinquency rates are falling, but Illinois is still in the red

CoreLogic’s June report finds that loan refinancing doesn’t make sense for a lot of current homeowners in the U.S. Forecasts predict mortgage rates will increase this year, so [..]

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Community spotlight: Kentfield

Nestled at the feet of Mount Tamalpais, you will find the unincorporated town of Kentfield. The small town is home to people who not only love living close [..]

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Luxury listing: custom craftsman in McLean

This custom home in McLean, Virginia features a stone-wrapped fireplace and vaulted ceilings for a spacious yet warm atmosphere. The house also comes with a gourmet kitchen, library/office [..]

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New York title insurance rates cost buyers millions

Real estate buyers in New York have been paying more than they need to during transactions, according to a new study released in June. OneTitle National Guaranty Company, [..]

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Malibu residence offers all-inclusive resort living under $1 million

In Malibu, it’s all about the lifestyle. More specifically, a California lifestyle. A new luxury development is catering to the outdoor-centric and active homebuyers looking for a place [..]

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Agents and brokers at risk of lawsuits over website accessibility

At the National Association of Realtors midyear conference in May, MLS CEO Shelley Specchio stood up in a crowd of hundreds of fellow MLS executives and announced that [..]

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How have Houston rents changed since 1980?

With rents rising in cities and states across the U.S., many renters struggle with affordability. In Miami, Los Angeles and Orlando, for example, more than 55 percent of [..]

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