Agents praise Elon Musk — but impact of tunnel remains unclear
A tunnel under Los Angeles is opening to the public and Realtors say it could improve the city — though no one is sure if the efforts will draw homeowners.
Agent charged with stealing pills from house he was showing
Police have charged an Ohio real estate agent with stealing prescription pain pills, including Oxycodone, from at least one open house he was hosting.
How to protect your business in an evolving industry
What should the individual agent do when confronted with the swirl of funding and iBuyer activity and talk of massive change within the industry?
Why deception is no way to win clients
Regular contributor Jay Thompson talks through a few marketing tactics agents are using that are built on lies and why it’s wrong to build your business on a false foundation.
How to conquer the 7 deadly sins of real estate leadership
There are many brilliant minds guiding the industry toward a more open and dynamic atmosphere. These role models provide the vision to lead the industry forward and away from the seven deadly sins of leadership: sloth, wrath, lust, envy, pride, gluttony and greed. Here's a look at how these capital vices have touched our industry and how to conquer them.
How Santa Claus helped a Keller Williams agent score clients
About 60 families attended Joe Nelson's Santa-themed event Sunday in the Kansas City, Missouri, area — a good mix of new contacts and past clients.
California Realtor reported missing
According to a spokesperson for the Roseville Police Department, Briana "Bri" Ferguson, 41, was last seen on Friday, Dec. 14 at around 2:48 p.m. in her home in west Roseville. Ferguson is described as approximately 5-feet 8-inches tall, with brown hair and brown eyes. Her car is a white, 2015, Jeep Grand Cherokee with the license plate 7LHK752.
Is now a good time to buy a home or not?
The number of people who believe now is a good time to buy a house is dropping, according to findings released by the National Association of Realtors (NAR).
Compass nabs top Nashville team
One of Tennessee’s top teams is making the jump to Compass. Erin Krueger, formerly of Synergy Real Estate, is taking her six licensed agents, three administrators and more than $120 million in transactions to Compass, starting this week.