Life after an agent team: The good, the bad and the ugly

Now an agent at Warburg Realty, Allison Chiaramonte said she joined a top-producing team at a big brokerage but two years later felt ready to build her own brand.

RE/MAX executive: The consumer and the agent are in conflict

Nick Bailey, the chief customer officer at RE/MAX discusses sorting through the noise of disruption in the real estate industry at ICNY.

Smart-home tech for agents: Samsung SmartThings Hub and accessories

Samsung SmartThings hub and sensors allow you to remotely control and automate devices across different manufacturers that don’t have direct integrations.

How to be a good person online and win the internet

Digital etiquette isn’t all that different from real life etiquette: If you wouldn’t do or say something IRL, don’t do it online. Here are nine more tips to help you be a good person on the internet.

Ever wonder exactly what to say? Here’s the scoop

In “Exactly What to Say for Real Estate Agents,” authors Phil M. Jones, Chris Smith and Jimmy Mackin provide “30 Magic Words” to help real estate agents with the most common critical and difficult conversations they face today. 

Pulse: Tell us about a high point in your career

Starting your own team, landing a big listing, helping a family in need find a home — success takes many forms, and we want to hear about your proudest moments.

WATCH: Worried about a slowing market? Here’s how to prevail

Engel & Völkers Santa Monica President Sandra Miller and Compass agent Laura Miranda discussed how to failsafe your business regardless of market onstage at Inman Connect New York.

4 tips for guiding clients through their first investment property

“Some people just want a check in the mail while other want to know who’s coming into their home,” Amie Quirarte said.

WATCH: Top agents will quadruple peers in digital marketing spend

Top luxe agents plan to spend four to five times more on digital marketing in 2020 than their less productive peers, according to an internal study of more than 1,000 real estate agents, said the Luxury Presence CEO Malte Kramer at Inman Connect New York.

How to succeed in a slow market

“Change and disruption have become such buzzwords that it’s easy to lose sight of the fact that there are things that stay the same in the business,” Warburg Realty CEO Frederick Warburg Peters said.