Valley real estate CEO tests positive for coronavirus ABC15 Arizona
Landlords squeezed between missed rent and overdue loans Crain's New York Business
The platform is aimed at keeping agents' business going while some states issue stay-at-home orders.
"What we're dealing with is not a housing crisis... it's not 2008."
Graham helped start Jackson's real estate boom days Jackson Hole News&Guide
Real estate brokerages plant flags near Innsbrook RichmondBizSense
Heimstaden buys €375m Dutch residential portfolio from Patrizia IPE Real Assets
Despite today's uncertainty, real estate agents still need to find ways to drum up new business. With these practices and helpful cold-calling scripts, agents can generate new leads while staying top-of-mind with previous clients.
As an agent, it's critical that you take a deep dive into your finances and look at every little thing you're spending money on. This includes your single biggest expense — your broker split.
This week, we’re asking you, our readers, to share a few ways you tweaked your business plan in response to today’s unprecedented challenges. How have you adapted? Take this one-question survey to weigh in.