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Rapattoni releases MLS apps for Apple and Android

Accessing the MLS on the go just got easier for agents that use Rapattoni, as the real estate tech provider just announced its MLS mobile app is now available for iOS and Android users...

The 8 time management secrets of top real estate agents

It’s easy to admire how real estate agents manage their time. Each day is different, so working as an agent demands effective time management. Unlike workers who follow a fixed schedule, real estate agents conduct their business as independent contractors in most cases. Show More Summary

Real estate startup Reali wants to use technology to double-end deals

A startup touting rock-bottom fees, transparent bidding and a mobile app "in lieu of a traditional agent" is the latest upstart brokerage to launch with millions in the bank. Reali's business model revolves around an app that offers listing search, the ability to make and view offers, submit paperwork and chat with a "live expert."...

CREEPY CORNER: When a Real Estate Agent Has to Sell Your Haunted House — PLUS! It's Halloween Reader Roundup Time

yesterdayLifestyle : xoJane

The Halloween season is upon us, Creeps. A couple of days ago, Mr. Louise and I got a care package in the mail, and included in it was one of those big plastic bags full of cheapie snack-sized Halloween candy that we took for granted when we lived in 'murica. I ripped it open right there on my... Continue reading

This startup replaces real estate agents with an app ... and says it will save homebuyers lots of money

Amit Haller is living the American Dream. He sold his startup for $42 million back in 2006 and became a Bay Area real estate tycoon. Now, he's launched another tech startup taking on the real estate industry with a new way to buy and...Show More Summary

SalesTalk effectively strips down the CRM to cultivate leads

SalesTalk doesn't do what half of what most real estate CRMs do, but it can make an agent better at selling real estate, which is what most of those other CRMs don't do...

The three emerging real estate models most likely to revolutionise the industry

Generally, people buy and sell houses the same today as they did 100 years ago. Aside from property portals like Rightmove, and Zillow, the industry hasn’t meaningfully shifted online. Real estate agents are front and center in the transaction, and the bulk of the process still occurs offline.

The three emerging real estate models most likely to revolutionise the industry

When I bought a house a few years ago in New Zealand, we used a real estate agent (we didn’t have a choice in the matter). The only way to negotiate with the sellers on price was to have the agent drive across town to our apartment with a contract, cross out the selling price with our counter-offer, and then have him drive to the sellers. Show More Summary

What are the biggest mistakes first-time homebuyers make?

First-time homebuyers probably seem like babes in the woods to seasoned real estate agents, who've seen all the mistakes that this group of consumers makes -- and then some...

October Sponsor Showcase

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10 tips for agents ready to jump into Facebook Live with both feet

Facebook Live is one of the hottest growing facets of Facebook and is taking the world by storm. We are seeing celebrities, business owners, real estate pros and everyday people broadcast live on Facebook. It is exciting to see!...

What seller sentiment means for today’s agents

Today’s housing market is brimming with potential, as evidenced by the glorious return of equity and consumer confidence. However, for real estate to truly cross the recovery threshold into what you might consider to be a period of sustained prosperity, it will need to overcome at least one more significant hurdle: barren inventory reserves...

Can leveling the real estate data standards field be a good thing?

In recent years, the idea of MLSs "leveling the playing field" between real estate brokers has been controversial. Some large brokerages objected to MLSs providing services and tools that their brokers would otherwise offer to agents and consumers to differentiate themselves...

The week in real estate industry deals: Oct. 10-14

While real estate agents chase leads and close deals on houses, there's another level of deal-making that takes place within the real estate industry: mergers, acquisitions, integrations and partnerships. We'll be recapping every week's noteworthy deals that didn't make it into print (and some that did) for your perusal. Here are this week's...

Shift happens: Here’s how real estate agents can deal with it

A couple of weeks ago, the Women's Council of Realtors - California invited me to the annual meeting. They wanted me to talk about Inman and real estate, but instead of giving a sales pitch, I thought it would be interesting to explore the areas where real estate and journalism intersect and figure out what I know that I can teach Realtors...

How are agents planning their retirement?

Real estate agents are essentially the CEOs of their own company. Agents control their workflow, how much business they conduct and are solely responsible for their retirement...

Design Spotlight: Elizabet Pearson

This week’s design spotlight features the brand of our INSTANT IDENTITY agent Elizabet Pearson, of Seattle, Washington. Elizabet worked in the aerospace industry for twenty-eight years before coming into real estate. Over eleven of those focused on aircraft sales negotiations. Show More Summary

How developers are tapping technology to sell ultra-luxury real estate

Life-size models, 3-D renderings and other methods that one high-end Miami developer is using to attract ultra-high-net-worth clients: Miami agent Arno de Vos tells us about it...

[WATCH] 'NCIS: Los Angeles' Sneak Peek: A Spur of the Moment Ironman and a Real Estate Agent with Voyeuristic Tendencies

A poisoned Homeland Security agent, a Triad assassin and counterfeit purses. What do those three things have in common? The case in NCIS: Los Angeles season 8 episode 4. In "Black Market," a notorious Triad assassin poisons a Homeland Security agent, and during the investigation, the team uncovers a warehouse of counterfeit purses and a money trail to stolen government funds.

How to build a real estate website that will make you money

In the latest episode of SamSpeaks!, Miami real estate agent Samantha DeBianchi sits down with Placester vice president Seth Price to talk about something near and dear to every agent's heart -- how to build a website that will make you some serious cash...

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