Realtor.com launches 3 new affordability tools for buyers

The tools, available on iOS, Android, and desktop, provide buyers with a detailed estimate of what it will financially take to own a home.

Dollars and sense: A financial timeline for rookie agents

How do you plan ahead and ensure you’re spending wisely as a brand new agent? We talked to experienced agents and financial planners to get some of their must-dos for keeping your financial life on track your first year in real estate.

Dollars and sense: A financial timeline for rookie agents

How do you plan ahead and ensure you’re spending wisely as a brand new agent? We talked to experienced agents and financial planners to get some of their must-dos for keeping your financial life on track your first year in real estate.

Don’t be a broke agent: Learn to manage your money

Your broker isn’t going to tell you how to make a profit. You are kind of like a backyard chicken, and your broker needs you to produce, so managing your money is up to you. Here’s what you should keep in mind.

3 ways coaching can help you be a better agent

Do you need a coach? The answer lies within you and your needs. A coach doesn’t have to be a paid coach; it could be a mentor, a confidant or a person you hire. As long as you work with a pro, your business will improve in these aspects.

3 ways coaching can help you be a better agent

Do you need a coach? The answer lies within you and your needs. A coach doesn’t have to be a paid coach; it could be a mentor, a confidant or a person you hire. As long as you work with a pro, your business will improve in these aspects.

WATCH: How to rethink your financial goals in a new market

As a real estate agent, your business and personal finances are intermingled because you’re self-employed. Raj Bhaskar, CEO of Hurdlr, wants you to think of your finances as a funnel and put your personal finances at the top.

4 reasons working with friends and family isn’t always a good idea

You just graduated from real estate school and are excited to begin your career. Your instructors have advised you to interview several companies to see what they can do for you as it pertains to training, mentoring and guidance they will give. All companies have the same tactic: tap into your “sphere.” …

4 reasons working with friends and family isn’t always a good idea

You just graduated from real estate school and are excited to begin your career. Your instructors have advised you to interview several companies to see what they can do for you as it pertains to training, mentoring and guidance they will give. All companies have the same tactic: tap into your “sphere.” …

4 reasons working with friends and family isn’t always a good idea

You just graduated from real estate school and are excited to begin your career. Your instructors have advised you to interview several companies to see what they can do for you as it pertains to training, mentoring and guidance they will give. All companies have the same tactic: tap into your “sphere.” …