Inman’s state-by-state guide to reopening the economy

As the coronavirus pandemic gradually improves, a patchwork of plans to reopen local economies has emerged across the U.S.

Inman’s state-by-state guide to reopening the economy

As the coronavirus pandemic gradually improves, a patchwork of plans to reopen local economies has emerged across the U.S.

California Realtors group lays out agent aid programs

Agents and brokers can now get loans and payments akin to unemployment insurance thanks to a bill lawmakers passed last week.

Lesson Learned: Mentors, mentors, everywhere — find yours

In this weekly column, real estate agents across the nation share stories of the lessons they’ve learned during their time in the industry. This week, Southern California broker Troy Palmquist explains why your output is only as good as your input.

House narrowly passes temporary repeal of SALT deduction cap

The California Association of Realtors praised the passage of the bill, which lifts the cap imposed by Trump’s 2017 tax reform.

California’s top female real estate brokers on rising to leadership

Female leaders in the real estate industry share their hard-won wisdom on how they struggled to rise to the top.

DashCMA announces report sharing

Inman Innovator Award finalist dashCMA announced this week it has launched a new feature for sharing reports via web link with buyers and sellers.

Finding your tribe: Where women in real estate can go for support

As C.A.R.’s How Women Brokers Are Reinventing Leadership in the 21st Century report notes, there’s a noticeable lack of women in corporate, C-suite and broker-owner positions. C.A.R. and other leaders across the country are looking to change that. Find out how and where to get support on your leadership journey here.

How women brokers are finding their voice in the industry

Early findings from C.A.R.’s 2020 membership survey include a continued decline in the number of broker licensees in California, the pros and cons of the indie and franchise models, and a look at how women are finding their voice in the industry.

Housing nonprofit sues California city for violating garage conversion law

Californians for Homeownership, a nonprofit housing organization sponsored by the California Association of Realtors, announced Thursday that it’s suing the city of Whittier, California, over its accessory dwelling unit regulations.