WATCH: The best of Inman Connect New York 2020

Have you seen our Inman Connect New York coverage from January 2020? Dig into what was discussed in January, and get a taste of the experience you’ll have with us in Las Vegas in July.

Smart-home tech for agents: Best door and window sensors

In this episode of “Smart-home tech for agents,” we compare six sensors available on the market right now to help your clients decide which is best for their home.

Lesson Learned: Listen to your inner voice

Each week, we talk to agents across the country about what they’ve learned along the way (and what they wish they had known as new agents). This week, Naples agent Sonja Pound suggests focusing your energy on trusting your gut and building relationships when growing your business.

5 indicators for timing your market

Thanks to experience and a highly analytical approach to real estate’s cyclical nature, expert and author Robert Campbell has a huge edge when it comes to timing market shifts. Here are the five stats to watch and why a downturn might be around the corner.

Keeping It Real: Why you have to take control

On this edition of “Keeping It Real,” a recurring podcast series on Inman, Peter Lorimer talks through the importance of surrendering. 

Connect: Attendees share why you should be at ICNY in January

Here are 13 reasons you need to be at ICNY — straight from the words of our Connect alumni.

More than a house-hunter: The many (many!) roles of an agent

What do agents do to earn their keep? As consumers question agents’ value, it’s worth noting the duties agents perform outside of showing, selling and listing.

Luxury Connect over the years: In pictures

There were so many incredible, inspiring moments that happened throughout the past two years of Luxury Connect events in Beverly Hills to choose from. Here’s a small selection of some of our favorites.

Unicorn and dinosaur steal the show in Kentucky home’s listing photos

Real estate agent Lynn Keyland dressed her kids up in inflatable unicorn and T. rex costumes — and then had them pose for listing photos of the property.

Mushroom house by Frank Lloyd Wright’s apprentice is on sale for $449K

A domed house built by a Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice just hit the market in Wisconsin — and the asking price is a humble $449,000.