Agent selling ’50 Shades’ home with sex dungeon speaks out

Coldwell Banker Melissa Leonard speaks out after her Philadelphia listing featuring a “secret sexual oasis” went viral last week.

Innovate or die: 11 ways agents should shake up their businesses

Given how many tech-focused real estate companies are launching and debuting new features and business models, agents on the ground don’t need to worry about innovating themselves, right? Wrong.

8 steps for crafting a solid real estate marketing plan

As a real estate agent, how you sell yourself often directly translates into how many homes you sell. Here are ICNY speakers’ top tips on how agents can upgrade their marketing game.

For fresh marketing ideas, look beyond the real estate industry

Valentine’s Day reservations and salon blowout parties are just a few perks that can lead to new referrals, panelists at Inman Connect said Thursday.

RE/MAX team leader: Big signing bonuses aren’t sustainable

The era of real estate where brokerages are luring away agents with huge signing bonuses is unsustainable, according to Treasure Davis, a Realtor and team leader with the Treasure Davis Team at RE/MAX. 

This is how you make a killer video for under $400

Gustavo Gonzalez from Coldwell Banker shares what you need to know to make killer real estate videos without breaking the bank.

4 big mistakes agents make when choosing a brokerage

RE/MAX Advance Realty II broker-owner Anthony Askowitz and Coldwell Banker Schmidt Family of Companies Ohio president Felicia Hengle revealed four major mistakes agents should avoid when picking the right brokerage for them, as well as a mistake some brokers make.

Coldwell Banker franchises combine to form mega-brokerage

The Schmidt Family of Companies, a Coldwell Banker franchise based in Traverse City, Michigan, announced Wednesday it acquired Coldwell Banker Paradise.

Equifax executive joins Realogy board of directors

Realogy announced Tuesday that it had appointed Bryson Koehler to its board, bringing the total number of board members to 10.

NRT CEO says ‘open’ tech will beat real estate rivals

At just 40 years old, Ryan Gorman, the CEO of NRT, is one of the younger high-ranking real estate executives in the industry.