Seventy-seven percent of home owners think their home is worth a lot more than it really is, according to HomeGain's third quarter 2012 National Home Values Survey Results of 300 real estate agents.
Young adults born between 1982-1995 -- called echo boomers -- are much different from the baby boomers and present unique challenges and opportunities for REALTORS®. Learn how to connect on what's important to them.
Don't blanket-advertise your listings. Instead, talk directly to various buyers through multifaceted ad campaigns.
This Q&A between Lounge blogger Lynn Minnick and YPNer Carl Lantz provides an inside look at the popular reality show.
An open floor plan offers easy access from room to room, making the home feel larger and making it a great space for entertaining. The problem comes when you want to paint the walls.
Consider these books—paired with some hard-to-shop-for personality types—as a jumping-off point for finding the perfect literary closing gift for your clients.
In her paradigm-shifting New York Times best seller Quiet, Susan Cain reveals the advantages of being an introvert in a world that celebrates extroverts.
Staging and real estate professionals offer some compelling ideas for sprucing up homes' exteriors.
For some in the real estate industry, it has become a race to be on the bleeding edge of technological innovations, creating professional casualties out of formerly successful agents. Our advice: Avoid so-called technology solutions from vendors who don’t understand the real estate business.
New phone networks are to boost speeds 10 times faster than current phones for browsing the Web on mobile phones, but some analysts question whether wireless carriers' infrastructure is ready to handle the traffic. Will the iPhone 5 be the test?