Hire A Top Real Estate Firm That Will Invest In Your Future
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.
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.
PMM supports Clyde Real Estate with EUR20m facility Property Funds World
Madison International Realty signs UN PRI Property Funds World
Land of the lost: My trip to the Munich Security Conference European Council on Foreign Relations
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.
What’s Better Than One Family Home in New Zealand? Three of Them The New York Times
When the loan process gets derailed, it can set off an entire contagion of events that create a tremendous amount of stress for all involved. Here are eight things mortgage lenders do that frustrate agents to no end.
REAL ESTATE OF MIND: Beware the kitchen triangle EyeWitness News
Midlands unveil MIPIM events | Insider Media Insider Media
European Shares Slump as Apple Warning Hammers China-Reliant Sectors The New York Times
Climate change: will the insurance industry pick up the bill? Financial Times