The Internet of Things (IoT) is now being addressed in PAR’s standard forms. Here’s what you need to know.
As we enter the next decade, let’s take a look back at how the real estate market fared in 2019.
This coming year, the housing market will be dominated by three things – inventory, interest rates, and appreciation. Of these three, the one
In Part I of this blog post which you can read about here, we reviewed what an iBuyer was, how
There is a trend that is taking off across the country that may radically transform how real estate agents conduct
The residential real estate market continues to hold steady
More companies, both inside and outside our industry, are now recognizing that the real estate transaction is broken. Too many unknowns; too many systems; too many parts that don’t talk to each other; too much duplication – – – and none of them create an exceptional customer experience. But that is changing.
All across Lancaster, small signs are appearing right before our eyes that point to what lies ahead of us in just a few short weeks – – like the corn sprouting from small seedlings in hundreds of fields across the county. Is the real estate market sprouting and following suit? Let’s look at the numbers . . .
Should you be concerned if you’re involved with a real estate transaction right now or in the near future because of the government shutdown?