Housing affordability top concern for real estate agents: Inman poll

A lack of affordable housing topped a list of rising concerns for real estate professionals, according to a new Inman poll posted Tuesday on Facebook.

WATCH: Brad Inman’s closing remarks at Capital Connect

Inman founder Brad Inman thanks and encourages his audience as he wraps up Capital Connect at Inman Connect San Francisco 2018.

The Real Word: Why real estate agents aren’t going anywhere

Watch Byron Lazine and Nicole White give a real estate agent’s perspective on industry-related topics. This week, they’ll discuss Brad Inman’s Aug. 27 op-ed, “Why real estate agents will be in business forever.”

WATCH: Brad Inman talks ‘curiosity, courage and conviction’ in his ICSF 18 keynote

When Brad Inman gives a keynote speech, he pulls out all the stops. That certainly rang true during this year’s Inman Connect San Francisco, where he kicked the conference off with two personal, heartfelt stories of courage, curiosity and conviction.

Gary Keller slams real estate startups, refuses to sit down

The co-founder of Keller Williams took to the stage of Inman Connect San Francisco to warn that Redfin, Opendoor and others would ditch agents if they could.

What will real estate look like in 2020?

Zillow’s Jeremy Wacksman, Warburg Realty’s Clelia Peters, analyst Mike DelPrete and Keller Williams lead Vija Williams debate real estate’s future in this ICSF panel.

Watch videos from the FTC-DOJ real estate competition workshop

For those who didn’t get to catch every minute of the real estate competition workshop held by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) last week, the FTC has posted videos from the workshop on its website.

Triumph of the nerd: how eXp Realty’s founder built a $1 billion business

EXp Realty’s founder Glenn Sanford, a Keller Williams vet-turned-competitor, has found success by embracing his geeky side. Now he’s got a ‘Big Bang’-sized hit on his hands.

Be the future of real estate

This summer is the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love in San Francisco, when 100,000 young people descended on the City by the Bay. It was an exciting, ebullient time that shaped art, culture, education and politics around the world for decades to …

It’s time for NAR to ditch the dues hikes, or face member revolt

The industry’s campaign to raise member dues is a troubling example of its arrogance. Members have complained about the dues increase, but the NAR insiders pounced on the resistors as disloyal and even resorted to name calling