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A recent Inman survey showed that the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic have been mixed so far. But nearly everyone thinks they'll eventually suffer.
Although real estate is an indispensable part of the American economy and people's lives, are the services provided by agents essential to survival? This might be a matter of want versus need.
Speculation, analysis and guidance ruled the week with the passing of the CARES Act, but what does it all mean for Realtors? In this Daily Dispatch, Brad is joined by NAR’s Bob Goldberg and Shannon McGahn.
After confirming that home showings were "essential business" to New York Realtors on Wednesday, the ESDC clarified on Thursday that home showings should be conducted virtually.
Mario Salerno is likely forgoing hundreds of thousands of dollars in rental income.
The first virtual Inman Town Hall saw Brad Inman interview three industry pros on the topics of health, money and the future.
"Post a picture of your favorite thing in quarantine," I posted on Inman's Coast to Coast Facebook group Tuesday. With 140-plus responses, here are the things you, our readers, hold dear.
The market started to show a slow down in the second half of March as the coronavirus outbreak settled in, according to data from realtor.com and Redfin.
The real estate business operating system has developed streaming tools for Facebook Live and YouTube and released them ahead of schedule in response to the COVID-19 market reduction of face-to-face business.
Telemedicine doctors cannot currently order tests for COVID-19, but they can write prescriptions.
The real estate sector lost 3,400 jobs in the first two weeks of March. The numbers don't reflect 10 million claims filed over the past two weeks.
With in-person real estate activity banned or limited in many markets, agents are taking to Zillow's 3D tours feature.
"Real estate professionals and the people they serve need to know what is happening — and not happening — in the real estate market right now," trade group says.
The short answer is probably not. The long answer is complicated — and apparently it's still happening.
The on-demand marketing content provider debuted at Startup Alley two years ago, and at ICNY20, it revealed its newest feature, a slick, text-based social media content service that delivers, usually in minutes.
As information seems to constantly be changing, it's easy to fall for the host of misconceptions that live online. Let's set the record straight on some commonly confused information.
As the real estate industry finds its footing, what should an independent broker do to ensure minimal business disruption? The answer: Start by focusing on your agents.
Robert Reffkin argued coronavirus aid shouldn't be limited to W-2 workers. The National Association of Realtors has also said it is working to ensure aid packages to benefit agents.