Monthly Archives: September 2017

The power of ‘we’ and how technology connects us for good

“Now more than ever, technology has democratized power,” Jessica Hansen of Kiva said on the Inman Connect stage. “We have power in our pockets and at our fingertips.” [..]

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Real estate team to pay $46K for racial discrimination

A real estate team in Jackson, Mississippi, steered white homebuyers away from predominantly black neighborhoods while neglecting African American homebuyers, an investigation by the National Fair Housing Alliance [..]

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Top property management market trends impacting your business

Join property management expert Joe Sidebotham as he dives down into rental housing market data to show you where the market is going, how these trends differ by [..]

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Daily market update: September 28, 2017

Mortgage rates plus all the latest real estate market news …

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Trump lifts shipping rules to aid in Puerto Rico hurricane recovery

The U.S. real estate community was united today in welcoming President Donald Trump’s decision to waive the Jones Act, effective for 10 days, to aid in Puerto Rico’s [..]

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Ditching dorms for homes in big college towns

Student loan debt can be attributed to more than just courses and books: The cost of dorm room living can run as high as $8,887 to $21,804 per [..]

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Playboy Mansion expected to go up in value

Playboy founder Hugh Hefner died at 91-years-old on Wednesday, his company confirmed. As the tributes and debates over Hefner’s legacy continue, the new owner of the iconic Playboy [..]

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Crazy Sh*t In Real Estate: Young, hungry and learning

Clients often hesitate to work with a real estate agent who looks young and inexperienced. Alex Milshteyn, who was 18 at the time, confused a client when he [..]

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New home search tool uses bots to match your style

When homebuyers begin their search, they’re not necessarily thinking most about price, size and bedroom count, said Creed Smith, a Denver-area broker and real estate technologist …

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Agents resist being replaced, not new technology

Fear of change seems to be an almost universal part of the human experience. Part of it is fear of the unknown. Some people are more afraid of [..]

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