Purchasing your first home is one of life's most significant milestones. It's difficult, stressful and exciting all at the same time. It's essential to go
Acting as a guide to mortgages and personal finances isn’t really in the job description for a real estate agent, but it’s a job that’s desperately needed.
Remote transactions, speedier mortgage approval times and eClosings make for sleeker and faster real estate deals.
Continuing one's education is a must to be successful in the real estate industry and those real estate agents and brokers who continue their education position themselves ahead of the competition.
Two million of the 21.9 million veterans in the U.S. are women. Pair that statistic with recent NAR findings ranking single women second-highest among home buyers in the U.S., and there's a good chance some of your clients will need information on VA loans.
There are many apps and services available that allow home buyers, sellers and renters to essentially bypass brokers and real estate agents in a real estate transaction, so why do your clients need you?
While the images aren’t quite photo realistic nor do they completely replace an agent’s explanation, adopting VR could boost presales at multiunit buildings that aren’t yet complete.
Contrary to what you might have heard, a buyer's first impression is no longer that special moment when they first pull up to check out your curb appeal.
Neutral music will certainly be better than none, as long you make sure it is background music and not rocking the rafters.
Before encouraging your client to buy a foreclosure, be sure that he or she understands this kind of purchase almost always brings more stress than a conventional home purchase.