This coming year, the housing market will be dominated by three things – inventory, interest rates, and appreciation. Of these three, the one
Now that Thanksgiving has come and gone and we’re recovering from a massive overload of turkey and stuffing, it’s time
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.
Blog post covering the fast moving changes in the
This short interview with noted author and entrepreneur, Peter Diamandis, touches on some things that real estate agents need to prepare themselves for as we head into the next decade.
The short answer – Yes. However, Brian Buffini gives his take on why a real estate agent being replaced in this DIY age where everything is being done online is entirely up to him or her.
Lancaster County’s real estate market statistics presented in easy to understand infographics.
Adam Contos makes some predictions for the housing industry in the year ahead.
As we wave goodbye to the 3/4 mark in 2017, the beautiful fall foliage is rapidly appearing all around us. There have been lots of interesting developments on the real estate front this past year.
A brief history of the RE/MAX brand.