Readers' letters offer thoughts on mortgage plats, professionalism, the meaning of age, and more.
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.
A listing brokerage that received commissions for the sale of two apartment buildings in 2007, after learning the company buying the properties was being operated as a Ponzi scheme, was entitled to keep its commissions, the U.S. District Court for the District of Utah, Central District, ruled.
Staging and real estate professionals offer some compelling ideas for sprucing up homes' exteriors.
To understand the different obligations under the Code of Ethics and MLS rules, start by identifying whether an offer is accepted or not yet accepted with guidance from this REALTOR® magazine article.
A devotion to learning will pay off when you need it most—and expect it least, said Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger, speaking to 1,600 REALTOR® association leaders in August.
In the past 25 years, the mobility rate in America has steadily declined. Last year only 12 percent of the population moved, a troubling economic indicator.
Discover the magic of the biggest annual event in real estate in our preview of the 2012 REALTORS® Conference & Expo. REALTOR® Magazine’s conference preview gives you a taste of real estate’s biggest annual event.
Want to be more creative and innovative in your real estate business? Here’s a sneak peek behind the Disney magic from the Disney Institute’s Sharon Pleggenkuhle, who will present a session at the REALTORS® Conference & Expo in November 2012.
A new documentary tells the story of what happens when one family decides to start building the biggest house in America right before the Great Recession.