The ultimate checklist for staging on a budget

If you have no budget but need to get the staging done, employ this handy to-do list, and you won’t have to worry about forgetting anything.

Is Luxury Presence the website advantage you need to win more high-end listings?

The luxe property website firm provides top agents with gleaming, head-turning websites designed specifically to give the confidentiality required to pitch $25 million listings.

Where the new Millennial Monopoly goes wrong

As a millennial in real estate, the joke that is Millennial Monopoly cuts deep; so many in my generation ache for the American dream of homeownership but struggle to make it a reality.

Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals for every type of agent

Inman has compiled a list of the best sales for agents, whether you’re just starting out in the industry or a seasoned pro with a taste for extravagance.

Should real estate agents block negative people on social media?

To block or not to block, that is the question real estate agents must answer when it comes to their social media. Here’s regular contributor Jay Thompson’s take on the issue.

California fire destroyed 18 months of listing inventory

As of Oct. 2018, there were only 858 properties on the market in Butte County, and the loss of more than 12,000 residences will result in an unstable local housing market for years to come.

Connect the Speakers: Joyce Rey on the ability to get a deal done

Joyce Rey was a luxury real estate agent to the stars in Beverly Hills before television had put such a thing into a show, and she hasn’t slowed down.

Landlord fined after denying renter’s emotional support animal

A New York landlord has been slapped with a $15,000 fine to settle a discrimination case involving a mentally ill tenant and her emotional support animal.

As sales cool, Realtors predict a flat 2019

Realtors, real estate observers and Inman readers are all reading the tea leaves and predicting a 2019 dominated by a flattening market and little growth.

Permits, starts and completions all drop below 2017 levels

Permits for new construction, housing starts and housing completions were all below 2017 levels in October, according to data released Tuesday by the U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.