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Keeping It Real: Don’t fall prey to ‘The Blockbuster Effect’

USA Real Estate News-Inman - Thu, 2019-06-27 04:58
Resistance to change isn’t helping anyone strategize for the future. On this edition of “Keeping It Real,” a recurring series on Inman, Peter Lorimer talks through fearing the unknown and shares his top strategies on staying relevant.

Rich Americans Are Finding Bargains In London - Forbes

London Real Estate - Thu, 2019-06-27 03:58
Rich Americans Are Finding Bargains In London  Forbes

The number of "prime" London homes that are being snapped up by American buyers has almost doubled in 2019 according to research from Knight Frank, ...

Should agents say ‘thank you for your service’ to military service members?

USA Real Estate News-Inman - Thu, 2019-06-27 03:35
In advance of the Fourth of July, let’s explore this topic and talk about how you can appropriately show appreciation for the military community.

Buyers can’t afford a median-priced home basically anywhere

USA Real Estate News-Inman - Thu, 2019-06-27 03:00
Median home prices are out of range for average wage earners in 353 of 480 U.S. counties, according to a new analysis by Attom Data Solutions.

Don’t let iBuyers scare you off! 5 strategies for handling the situation

USA Real Estate News-Inman - Thu, 2019-06-27 02:51
Change in life and in business is a constant. The only way you can survive is to understand how the industry is changing and navigate based on your insights. Here are five fundamentals to keep in mind as our industry evolves.

Dear Bravo, where are the women on ‘Million Dollar Listing’ — again?

USA Real Estate News-Inman - Thu, 2019-06-27 02:43
Women make up 67 percent of the Realtor workforce across the United States, according to the National Association of Realtors. But you'd never know it watching "Million Dollar Listing New York" on Bravo. It's time for that to change, argues Stribling & Associates' President Elizabeth Ann Stribling-Kivlan.
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