News & Commentary: Commentary Articles
Beware of sellers who complain about their own neighborhoods. Their words may be the biggest threat to a deal.
Everyone makes their lives look better than they are on social media, so don't compare yourself to what your friends post.
If you don’t have time to follow up with leads, then you don’t have time to be in the real estate business.
When you are at consumers’ every beck and call, doing business on their terms, you’re not valuing yourself.
Most horror stories about homeowners associations are rooted in the owners’ misunderstanding of what they are buying into.
The emotional nature of a buyer’s letter to sellers might help win the home, but it could be the biggest drawback at the negotiating table.
Despite a strong year, the number of home sales is trending historically low.
Open houses put agents at risk of being harmed and should be curtailed.
The MLS provides an efficient, transparent, fair market. The industry needs to make that case, or watch the system unravel.
Changes to the MID would punish those who make mortgage payments on time.