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Anne Hathaway lists fabulous New York City penthouse for $3.5M

The glamorous pad boasts two bedrooms but takes up the entire floor of a 1900s building on Manhattan's Upper West Side.
Tags: Listings, New York City, Lifestyle, Radio, Manhattan, Anne Hathaway, Agent, Adam Shulman, News Brief, Sotheby's International Realty, Jeremy V. Stein

The rise and stall of the offer aggregators: How iBuyers are bringing startups to heel

Offerpad, Zillow and Opendoor are turning the screws on startups that offer price comparisons that claim to help consumers secure the best offer.
Tags: Radio, Agent, Zillow, Peterson, Brokerage, Select, Opendoor, Ibuyers, Offerpad, Zavvie, Sold.com, Russ Cofano, Theme Months, Residential Finance Month, Theme-month-202002, Dave Mclennan

Glenn Close sells New York farmhouse for $2.75M

The mansion, which the seven-time Oscar nominee purchased in 1989 for $1.1 million, sits on 10 acres of lush farmland.
Tags: New York, Technology, Listings, Lifestyle, Radio, Agent, Glenn Close, The Los Angeles Times, News Brief, Ben Ginnel, Ginnel Real Estate, Muffin Dowdle

Keeping It Real: What is a unique value proposition?

On this edition of “Keeping It Real,” a recurring podcast series on Inman, Peter Lorimer talks about how your unique value proposition starts with finding your why.  
Tags: Apple, Opinion, Trust, Lifestyle, Data, Radio, Agent, Why, Columns, Select, UVP, Unique Value Proposition, Peter Lorimer, Personal Interaction, What's your why

Why getting the Pinterest look in your listings matters

All the images of perfect-looking properties online have heightened buyer expectations. Here are some statistics to be familiar with if your clients are reluctant to stage their property.
Tags: Pinterest, Instagram, Opinion, Radio, Stage, Agent, Clutter, NAR, Select, Staging, Staged, Troy Palmquist, Leslie Appleton-Young, Pinterest Look, Real Estate Staging Association

The top Jackson Hole agent trying to stay on schedule in ski country

Jeff Ward of Jackson Hole Sotheby's International Realty juggles family, friends and work while trying to stay on schedule during the busiest time of the year.
Tags: Technology, Lifestyle, Radio, Wyoming, Realm, Agent, Jackson Hole, Brokerage, Select, Jeff Ward, Sotheby's International Realty, Jackson Hole Sotheby

Do you know your interest rate? 27% of mortgage holders don’t

Knowing your mortgage interest rate could save you a lot of money in the long run.
Tags: Data, Analysis, Radio, Agent, Mortgage, Millennial, Baby Boomers, Bankrate, Homeowner, Generation X, Homebuyers, Refinancing, Bankrate.com, Silent Generation, Residential Finance Month, Theme-month-202002

Cincinnati, Boise among luxury markets to watch in 2020

Coldwell Banker's luxury report identified a few surprising markets as ones to watch, reflecting a general shift of wealth to new markets in secondary cities.
Tags: Lifestyle, Data, Analysis, Radio, Millennials, Agent, Lgbtq, Cincinnati, Colorado Springs, Ricardo Rodriguez, Boise, Markets & Economy, Brokerage, Select, Secondary Markets, Dallas-Fort Worth

Keller Williams debuts long-anticipated consumer app today

Released Wednesday, the app features a portal-like search option and integrates directly into Keller Williams' tech platform for agents.
Tags: Iphone, Android, Technology, App, Platform, Radio, Agent, Command, Keller Williams, Gary Keller, Brokerage, Select, Josh Team, Buyers Tools

Listen to Ryan Serhant interview on the Inman Reconnect podcast

The Ryan Serhant interview is the third official episode of the Reconnect podcast, hosted by Inman Editor-at-Large Clelia Peters.
Tags: Technology, Radio, Agent, Inman, Brokerage, Inman Connect, Ryan Serhant, Clelia Peters, Inman Reconnect

Want to avoid homebuyer remorse? Be cautious in Wyoming and DC

A recent survey by LawnStarter ranked the homebuyer happiness index in each state and found lowest satisfaction levels in Wyoming and District of Columbia.
Tags: Lifestyle, Data, Analysis, Radio, Wyoming, Iowa, Agent, Lawnstarter, Homebuyer, D.C, Iowa Association of REALTORS, Theme Months, Residential Finance Month, Theme-month-202002, Homebuyer's Remorse, Scott Wendl

Smart-home tech for agents: Moen goes with the Flo

Brandon Doyle and Colton Pratt scoured the Consumer Electronics Show to uncover the best, most exciting products coming down the pike. This week, Moen's new line of smart bathroom and kitchen appliances.
Tags: Google, Video, Technology, Opinion, Ces, Radio, FLO, Agent, Columns, Smart Home Tech, Consumer Electronics Show, Moen, Select, Google Assistant, Brandon Doyle, Colton Pratt

Dollars and Sense: Why you need a financial adviser

So many agents wait too long to plan for the future. I have no clue about your financial situation, but I do know that you need to fully understand your finances and how they will impact your future. 
Tags: Opinion, Investing, Investment, Radio, Financial Planning, Agent, Income, Columns, Retirement planning, Financial Advisor, Select, Jay Thompson, Financial adviser, Dollars And Sense

How to avoid overpricing properties in a shifting market

If your market has begun to slow, understanding how to properly price homes in a declining market — and how to talk about it with clients — is critical.
Tags: Opinion, Radio, Agent, Columns, Markets & Economy, Select, Buyer's Market, Weiss Analytics, Bernice Ross, Price Declines

Agent switcheroo sees Compass, Sotheby’s swapping notable teams

Atlanta agent Jere Metcalf is returning to Sotheby's after leaving for Compass in 2018. Meanwhile, Washington, D.C. agent Marc Fleisher is leaving Sotheby's for Compass.
Tags: Lawsuit, Washington, Atlanta, Georgia, Radio, Washington Dc, Agent, Compass, Sotheby's, Industry News, Sotheby, Realogy, Brokerage, Select, Atlanta Fine Homes, Jere Metcalf

NextHome named top US real estate franchise

NextHome snagged first place from Keller Williams, which didn't make the cut in this year's annual Franchise Business Review list.
Tags: US, Data, Analysis, Radio, Agent, Keller Williams, Better Homes and Gardens, Brokerage, Select, Sotheby's International Realty, Nexthome, James Dwiggins, Franchise Ranking, Weichert Real Estate

How to legally and ethically evict a bad tenant

While the solution to dealing with a bad tenant may seem clear, evicting one is often a complicated process of last resort.
Tags: Lifestyle, Radio, Agent, Rentals, Landlordology, Select, News Brief, Deni Supplee, Lucas Hall, SparkRental

Here’s a 7-step guide to resolving conflicts

If you’re in the real estate business long enough, you’re bound to butt heads with someone at some point. What’s the best way to get through conflict? Columnist Matthew Szalecki recommends this rational, informed and fair approach to conflict resolution.
Tags: Opinion, Regulations, Radio, Conflict, Complaints, Teams, Agent, Anger, Complaint, Proof, Conflict Resolution, Brokerage, Select, Copies, Matthew Szalecki, Business Tips & Best Practices

Pulse: How readers are handling iBuyers in listing presentations

In last week's Pulse survey, we asked readers how they've tweaked their listing presentations in response to the rise of iBuyers. Seemingly, iBuyers have had a limited and isolated impact so far, but about a quarter of readers who responded shared how their listing presentation has evolved.
Tags: Technology, Marketing, Radio, Agent, Pulse, Columns, Real Estate Agents, Select, Ibuyers, Listing Presentations, Residential Finance Month

Agent/broker perspective: Why should a top agent hire an assistant?

In this monthly column, Anthony Askowitz explores a hypothetical real estate situation from both sides of the broker/agent dynamic. This month: A broker wants his top producer to hire an assistant so that she can focus more on selling and securing listings — and less on the process and busywork. His top agent wants to lean on tech.
Tags: Email, Opinion, Expenses, Trust, Siri, E-mail, Radio, Teams, Agent, Virtual Assistant, Brokerage, Select, Anthony Askowitz, Agent/broker Perspective, Email Blasts

WATCH: Joe Rand rips New York City’s flawed sales data practices

The managing partner of Better Homes and Gardens Rand Realty said at ICNY that he believes New York City's market improved when brokerages started sharing active listing data. Now they need to fix the sales data black hole.
Tags: Video, New York City, Radio, Agent, Inman Connect New York, Select, Inman Connect, ICNY, Joe Rand, Better Homes and Gardens Rand Realty, Real Estate Connect, Connect Video, Inman Connect New York 2020, Icny2020

Keller Williams to end lifelong profit share program for defectors

The policy change will only apply to agents that join the company on or after April 1, 2020.
Tags: Radio, Agent, Keller Williams, Gary Keller, Brokerage, Select, Darryl Frost, Kevin Kauffman, Ialc, International Associate Leadership Council, Profit Share

High-profile California team jumps from Sotheby’s to Keller Williams

The Gunderman Group includes 18 people and will now be part of KW Oakland, a Keller Williams franchise.
Tags: Texas, Technology, California, App, Radio, Teams, Dallas, Agent, Compass, Oakland, Sotheby's, Bay Area, Command, Keller Williams, Sotheby, Gary Keller

Anthony Hopkins lists Malibu home

The home narrowly escaped damage in a 2018 wildfire that took down a property next door.
Tags: Listings, Lifestyle, Radio, Agent, Wall Street Journal, Pope Benedict XVI, Anthony Hopkins, Malibu, News Brief, The Agency, Santiago Arana

WATCH: Bright MLS chairman calls for more data sharing, consolidation

Jon Coile, who is also a vice president at HomeServices of America, said at Inman Connect New York that today's boundaries around MLS data make little sense.
Tags: Video, Radio, Mls, Agent, Inman Connect New York, HomeServices of America, Select, Inman Connect, ICNY, Jon Coile, Real Estate Connect, MLS & Associations, Connect Video, Inman Connect New York 2020, Icny2020

8 resources to give your new agents a head start

Here are a few major resources — some they have to bring to the table — that you should encourage new agents to lean into.
Tags: Opinion, Radio, Agent, Select, New Agent, Nicole Solari, New Agent Advice, Business Tips & Best Practices

Why agents should be wary of their brokerage’s mobile apps

Brokerages are rushing to arm agents with the latest tools and to get closer to the consumer. But what happens to the data when you leave? Be mindful of who owns your consumer data and leads.
Tags: Apps, Opinion, Leads, Data, App, Mobile Apps, Radio, Teams, Agent, Compass, Customer Relationship Management, Keller Williams, Customer Data, Individuals, Customer Relationships, Select

Want to make your career last? Heed these 3 tips

The real estate business is often a treacherous one with a high failure rate. What does it take to last in this industry? Here are three tips on how to thrive.
Tags: Failure, Fail, Experience, Artificial Intelligence, Radio, Agent, Team, Irs, Blockchain, Business Plan, Select, NAWRB, Desirée Patno, Failure Rate, Housing & Real Estate Ecosystem, Real Estate Agent Failure Rate

A downturn convinced Bobby Downey to leave the mortgage industry to become an agent

Charlotte-based loan officer-turned-real estate agent Bobby Downey shares how he keeps his clients top of mind by offering service worthy of Chick-fil-A.
Tags: Customer Service, Radio, Agent, Charlotte, Select, Agent Appreciation, Real Estate Agent Appreciation, AgentPlus, Bobby Downey, NextHome Properties

When is selling a furnished home in your clients’ best interest?

There’s an undeniable appeal to walking into a home that is staged and styled to a high standard — especially when that home is on the market. For many buyers, the perfect home can be augmented by beautiful furnishings. And for sellers, having a fully furnished home on the market can be a best-case scenario for achieving a faster sale.
Tags: Sponsored, Radio, Furniture, Agent, Luxury Real Estate, Furnished, Aspen Snowmass, Staging, High-End Real Estate, Sotheby's International Realty, Leading in Luxury, Sponsored Sections

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