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Compass agent accuses ex-assistant of stealing secrets to launch career

Compass agent Cindy Ambuehl claims ex-assistant Christina Collins used insider knowledge to launch her own career in luxury real estate.
Tags: Technology, Lifestyle, Radio, Agent, Compass, Securities And Exchange Commission, Robert Shapiro, Select, News Brief, Hilton & Hyland, Neville Johnson, Christina Collins, Cindy Ambuehl, The Real Deal, Chritina Collins


The broker balancing Zoom and homeschooling in a crowded house

Arrian Binnings of Compass balances working from home with his wife while assisting a homeseller infected by the coronavirus in San Francisco.
Tags: Technology, Lifestyle, Radio, Agent, Compass, Brokerage, Select, Arrian Binnings, Inman Diaries


How agents are using video to connect with clients during coronavirus

From drive-by architecture tours and informative interviews to humorous looks at their own homes, here are six ways real estate professionals are leveraging video while sheltering in place.
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Technology, Lifestyle, Radio, Agent, Keller Williams, Instgram, Todd Hetherington, Tiktok, Sue Pinky Benson, Abraham Wlker, Century 21 New Millenium, Gary Langhoff, GermanHernandez, Monica Bullington


Brokerage hosts virtual scavenger hunts using 3D home tours

James Jensen, a broker in Valley City, North Dakota, has found a way to turn 3D home tours into games as a way to engage clients during the coronavirus pandemic.
Tags: Technology, Lifestyle, Radio, Agent, 360 Degree Video, Brokerage, Select, James Jensen, Scavenger Hunt, Ricoh Tours, 3d Home Tour, Coronavirus, Valley City North Dakota


Announcing Inman Connect Now

Connect Now, Inman's new virtual event, will take place June 2-4, 2020.
Tags: Technology, Digital, Lifestyle, Events, Radio, Agent, Inman, Markets & Economy, Brokerage, MLS & Associations, Connectnow20, Inman Connect Now


What Is The Snipping Tool On Mac And How To Use It?

A staggering 1.2 trillion — that’s the estimated number of digital photos taken worldwide in 2017. Images taken with smartphones account for almost nine in 10 of all those stills. Most of these are no doubt photos of majestic landscapes, fluffy doggos, and funny cattos. These aren’t the only types of digital pictures though. Screenshots are also digitized images that have become so common today. Mac computers, however, take screenshots to a whole new level. With the snipping tool on Mac, yo...
Tags: Apple, Fashion, Technology, Mac, Geek, Computer, Macbook, Laptop, Don, Technology & Apps, Touch Bar, Capturing Videos of Your Mac, MacBook Air Microphone


Go All In Online for Networking

Go all in online when it comes to networking, especially in tough times such as these. While some once saw technology and its advances as a negative, technology is now a de facto replacement for most forms of human contact. Get some tips from Randi S.K. Rosenblatt and go all in online. And don’t forget that when you are networking, network intelligently. “Whether it be email, text, webinars, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, or anything in between, we were part of the digital age long before COVID-19...
Tags: Technology, Law, Careers, LinkedIn Facebook Twitter, Career Tips for Lawyers, Randi S K Rosenblatt


The luxury leader mobilizing his troops from the comfort of a pool

Aaron Kirman of Aaron Kirman Group at Compass leads in the face of a widening pandemic as his city begins to shut down and his clients start to worry.
Tags: Technology, Lifestyle, Los Angeles, Radio, Agent, Compass, Brentwood, Brokerage, Select, Aaron Kirman, Inman Diaries, Aaron Kirman Group at Compass


The Empire State Building’s new siren display is freaking people out

Meant to honor health and emergency workers amid the crisis, the latest display of lights at New York City's most iconic property didn't land quite as expected.
Tags: Twitter, Technology, New York City, Lifestyle, Radio, Alicia Keys, Empire State Building, Nyu, Markets & Economy, News Brief, Empire State Realty Trust, Debbie Mia


This way for brain tingles: ASMR gets a shiver-inducing exhibition

From cucumber-crunchers to cranial exams, YouTube is full of ASMRtists provoking the strangely pleasurable autonomous sensory meridian response. Now they’ve got their own euphoric museum showSome whisper gently into the microphone, while tapping their nails along the spine of a book. Others take a bar of soap and slice it methodically into tiny cubes, letting the pieces clatter into a plastic tray. There are those who dress up as doctors and pretend to perform a cranial nerve exam, and the ones ...
Tags: Psychology, Art, Science, Technology, Sweden, Youtube, Video Art, Painting, Life and style, Society, World news, Anxiety, Culture, Art and design, Alternative Medicine, Health & wellbeing


The tech shift: Push politicians for answers, and develop your digital literacy

The rise of new technologies is making the United States more economically unequal, says Professor Ramesh Srinivasan. Americans should be pushing the current presidential candidates hard for answers on how they will bring economic security and how they will ensure that technological transitions benefit all of us."We are at an inflection point when it comes to top-down control over very many different aspects of our lives through privatized corporate power over technology," says Srinivasan. Now i...
Tags: Technology, Learning, Internet, Democracy, Life, Stanford, Government, Society, Mit, United States, Innovation, Inequality, Srinivasan, Ramesh Srinivasan, Global Issues


A comprehensive list of online training classes available to agents

Although many brokerages are offering online training to their agents, some companies are providing online training services to any agent who's interested.
Tags: Agent, Lifestyle, Select, Technology, Agent Training, Agent Webinar, Boomtown, Gary Keller, Lone Wolf, NAR, Online Training, Realtor Magazine, Realvolve, The Urban Land Institute, Tom Ferry, Yardi


James Bond gun collection stolen in London raid

Pistols from Die Another Day, Walther PPK from A View to a Kill and special chrome Magnum from Live and Let Die among items taken in burglaryAn “irreplaceable” collection of prop guns used in James Bond films has been stolen from a house in Enfield, north London.Five deactivated guns, including Beretta Cheetah and Tomcat pistols from Die Another Day and the iconic Walther PPK handgun used in A View to a Kill are among the weapons reported taken. Continue reading...
Tags: Science, Technology, London, Crime, Film, Life and style, UK News, Culture, James Bond, Weapons technology, Collecting, Enfield, Thrillers (film, Beretta Cheetah


‘It feels like an even better decision now’: Living in a tiny home during a pandemic

As confirmed coronavirus cases rise nationwide, a tiny house can be a refuge from the world — or a place to go stir-crazy at lightning speed.
Tags: Technology, Youtube, Lifestyle, Radio, Markets & Economy, Select, News Brief, Dan Dobrowolski, Allwood Outlet, Ko Bush, Marek Bush, Moline Nelson-Shraeder, Pekkala


Inman News quiz, March 27: Think you’re on top of the week’s stories?

The real estate industry threw some curveballs. Take Inman's real estate news quiz to demonstrate how strong your talking points and cocktail banter are this week
Tags: Technology, Lifestyle, Data, Radio, Agent, Inman, Bell Gardens, Markets & Economy, Brokerage, Aaron Kirman, Inman News, U.S. Department of Labor, MLS & Associations, Real Trends 500, Coronavirus, Dalton Gomez


Spring-heeled: concept that could see Usain Bolt rocket to 50mph

Prototype of revolutionary running device being worked on by scientists at US universityA wearable spring-based contraption that attaches to the legs has the potential to boost human running speeds by 50%, according to researchers who hope to build the first prototype over the next year.Scientists came up with the concept after computer models showed that it was possible to dramatically increase the amount of energy people put into each running step by enabling them to do work when their feet ar...
Tags: Science, Technology, US, Sport, Life and style, World news, US news, Engineering, Running


Toronto Regional Real Estate Board tells Realtors to avoid open houses, client meetings

"The real estate industry has been declared an essential service BUT it is NOT business as usual," TRREB President Michael Collins said.
Tags: Agent, Lifestyle, News Brief, Select, Technology, Michael Collins, Toronto Regional Real Estate Board


Why Game Development Isn’t Just for the Boys

The largest demographic of gamers are males in their teens to twenties, but that may change in the future as statistics show the percentile of female players in the United States gradually increasing from 41% in 2016 to 46% in 2019. Happening Hobby  Gaming is a serious daily pastime for people from all walks of life, regardless of their age, gender, or ethnicity. From toddlers learning educational activities through games on their tablets to septuagenarians playing match-three game...
Tags: Programming, Gaming, South Korea, Fashion, Games, Technology, Game, Software, United States, Game Development, Gamers, Technology & Apps, Game Night, Games For Kids


The California agent navigating the new normal as the realities of the coronavirus pandemic kick in

Drew Nelson of The Nelson Brothers Team in San Diego navigates the new normal in the days leading up to March 19, when California issued a statewide order to stay at home.
Tags: Agent, Lifestyle, Markets & Economy, Select, Technology, Drew Nelson, Inman Diaries, Nelson Brothers Team, Willis Allen Real Estate


It's time to embrace the internet's perma-positive brigade

Instagram’s relentless optimism and promises of silver linings are giving me unexpected comfort when I’m distinctly lacking my own The ramifications of the coronavirus outbreak are still unfolding, changing how we work, interact and, for me at least, use social media. Self-isolation means that most of us are using our phones even more than usual. It was already a great deal, with the average Brit checking their phone about every 12 minutes of the waking day. A digital detox is probably more nece...
Tags: Health, Technology, Instagram, Internet, Women, Life and style, Society, World news, Mental Health, Coronavirus outbreak


Kids stuck indoors? Let these celebrities take care of story time

Actors Jennifer Garner, Amy Adams, Josh Gad and Reese Witherspoon recorded videos of themselves reading children's classics.
Tags: Twitter, Technology, Instagram, Reese Witherspoon, Lifestyle, Radio, Agent, Jennifer Garner, Amy Adams, Shel Silverstein, Josh Gad, Jan Brett, News Brief, Darren Le Gallo, Mac Barnett, Reese Witherspon


Enjoy these online concerts from the comfort of your own home

Artists including John Legend and Neil Young are offering free virtual concerts from their social media accounts for music lovers who are social distancing.
Tags: Facebook, Technology, Instagram, Lifestyle, Neil Young, Radio, Chris Martin, The Guardian, Agent, Coldplay, Dropkick Murphys, John Legend, Chrissy Teigen, David Foster, Death Cab For Cutie, Ben Gibbard


Even during spread of coronavirus, New York luxury sales soar

Even as coronavirus rates soar and states rush to impose closures and lockdowns, New Yorkers are sealing the deal on luxury apartments.
Tags: New York, Technology, Lifestyle, Radio, Agent, News Brief, Donna Olshan, Olshan Realty


The best real estate TV episodes to watch while you’re social distancing

If you're waiting out the virus this weekend, it may as well be with "House Hunters," "Fixer Upper" and "Million Dollar Listing."
Tags: Amazon, Technology, Lifestyle, Apple TV, Bbc, Netflix, Radio, Bravo, Agent, Hgtv, Jonathan Scott, Luis Ortiz, Drew Scott, Egypt Sherrod, Joanna Gaines, Hilary Farr


Charles Barkley to sell Olympic medal and trophies to fund affordable housing

Barkley, who was inducted into the NBA Hall of Fame after a 16-year career, wants to build affordable housing in his Alabama hometown.
Tags: Technology, Lifestyle, Alabama, Radio, Nba, Zillow, Barkley, Charles Barkley, NBA Hall Of Fame, Markets & Economy, News Brief, Panini, WJOX 94.5


How to properly clean and disinfect your real estate office

As coronavirus infections spread and cause shutdowns of offices and schools across the U.S., many are understandably on edge. Here's how to curb some of that fear by taking preventative measures.
Tags: Technology, Lifestyle, Service, Radio, Agent, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Brokerage, Select, Triplemint, Coronavirus, COVID-19


New York real estate firm closes after coronavirus scare

TripleMint, a technology-forward brokerage based in New York City, temporarily shuttered its doors on Monday after one of its agents was exposed to the coronavirus.
Tags: New York, Technology, New York City, Lifestyle, Radio, Agent, Andrew Cuomo, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, News Brief, Triplemint, The Real Deal, Coronavirus, Phillip Lang


Inman News quiz, March 6: Think you’re on top of the week’s stories?

The real estate industry threw some curveballs. Take Inman's real estate news quiz to demonstrate how strong your talking points and cocktail banter are this week.
Tags: Technology, Lifestyle, Joe Biden, Radio, Agent, Compass, Bernie Sanders, Inman, Keller Williams, Markets & Economy, Brokerage, Inman News, MLS & Associations, Coronavirus


Here’s a first look at the Waldorf Astoria’s new luxury condos

As the iconic Waldorf Astoria hotel moves forward with the conversion of 375 rooms into luxurious new condos, the property owner released the first photos of the units.
Tags: Technology, Listings, Lifestyle, Radio, Agent, Waldorf Astoria, Andrew Miller, News Brief, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Dajia Insurance Group


Woman who posed as man on gay dating app jailed for stalking

Yannick Glaudin sentenced over ‘disturbing’ harassment of man she met on GrindrA woman has been jailed for posing as a man on a gay dating app and sharing sexual photos and videos of a man she met online during a “disturbing campaign of harassment”.Yannick Glaudin, 31, stalked the man and his then boyfriend, sending their families, friends and colleagues the intimate pictures and films using a number of fake identities, Inner London crown court was told. Continue reading...
Tags: Technology, London, Life and style, UK News, Online Dating, Grindr, Yannick Glaudin



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