Disruptor Roundup: Knocking Down the Seller Contingency Wall
Editor’s Note: The Disruptor Roundup analyzes companies implementing unconventional models. It’s safe to say that in today’s competitive real estate market, any added contingencies signal risk. This is putting a lot of pressure on would-be sellers to stay in their homes longer for fear they won’t win a bid on a new home if their […]
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Real Living Launches Diversity Award, Announces First Recipient
Real Living Real Estate recently announced that Jordan Baris, REALTORS® Real Living has been named the first recipient of the Real Living Jordan Baris Award for Diversity and Inclusion, which recognizes significant achievements made by Real Living Real Estate franchisees toward developing a more diverse, equitable and inclusive organization. In presenting the award at the […]
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JCHS: Racial Disparities Darken Pandemic Housing Market Rebound
Soaring home prices and buying activity serve as success stories of the U.S. economic rebound. However, inequalities that predate the COVID-19 pandemic are still challenges that need to be addressed, according to a recent report from the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies (JCHS). JCHS released its State of the Nation’s Housing 2021 report on […]
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Why Is Inventory So Low? Study Cites Decades of Underbuilding as Root Cause
The pandemic has brought to a boil an issue that has been simmering for years, affecting all Americans, but none more than residential real estate professionals. Every week, the lament is louder—there just aren’t enough homes for sale. The shortage creates frustration for those who work tirelessly to help people find suitable homes, who are […]
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Thoughts on Leadership: Lead Like a Monk
In these blog posts, I often share what I’m listening to and reading, in case the topic might inspire you on your leadership journey. This week is a departure from my usual, and in my recharge time, I’ve been listening to a really interesting book called “Think Like a Monk.” It’s by content creator and […]
Surviving Soaring Summer Temperatures
TNS)—When the weather is blistering hot, Dr. David Claypool, a Mayo Clinic emergency medicine physician, says you need to listen to your body. “What starts out as heat cramps can quickly move to heat exhaustion and then heatstroke when the body loses the ability to regulate and cool itself down,” says Dr. Claypool. He adds […]
Improvising Effective Selling Conversations for Luxury Listings
When it comes to winning new luxury listings to sell, conversations are the key. Think about it. With so many tools and so much technology available to today’s prospects, luxury real estate clients who choose to work with luxury real estate professionals are looking for a more human approach to selling their home—and that all […]
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Housing Starts Held Firm in May
Housing starts held steady in May, increasing 3.6% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.57 million units, according to the latest data from the Commerce Department. The May reading of 1.57 million starts is the number of housing unit builders would begin if development kept this pace for the next 12 months. Single-family starts […]
June Is National Homeownership Month
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REALTORS® Are Part of the Problem With This Inventory Crisis
The extremely slow start to the year is not just a fault of the pandemic; nor is it just sellers who were too scared to list their homes. It pains me to say this, but it is also because REALTORS® aren’t doing enough to make their clients feel comfortable. It is our job as REALTORS® […]
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