Coach Julie Nelson on the 80% who want more — but not all

It’s okay not to want to be in the industry’s top 1 percent, but you can make a good start, or up your game as an experienced agent, according to trainer/agent Julie Nelson’s new book, “Success Faster: Quickly Launch or Relaunch Your Real Estate Career.”

Coach Julie Nelson on the 80% who want more — but not all

It’s OK not to want to be in the industry’s top 1 percent, but you can make a good start, or up your game as an experienced agent, according to trainer/agent Julie Nelson’s new book, “Success Faster: Quickly Launch or Relaunch Your Real Estate Career.”

Agent NEO is making voice-activated internet work for agents

Agent NEO is software for real estate agents to use in conjunction with voice-activated internet appliances, such as Google Home and Amazon Echo.

How Keller Williams expansion team CEO is betting on talent

The way Chris Suarez, CEO of Xperience Real Estate sees it, one of the most important things he can do as a Keller Williams national expansion team CEO is bring new players into the industry.

Swanepoel Mega 1000 ranks industry’s top brokerages

California-based real estate consulting firm T3 Sixty, for the first time today, released the Swanepoel Mega 1000, a new inclusive ranking of real estate brokerages by sales volume. NRT and HomeServices of America tower atop the list, but newcomers lik…

Keller Williams tallies $62.7 billion in sales in first-quarter 2018 earnings report

Keller Williams agents closed 213,071 transactions for a total of $62.7 billion in sales in the first quarter of 2018, according to the company’s latest earnings report. Those totals mark a 4.8 percent increase in transactions and 10.7 percent increase in total sales over last year’s first quarter.

Redfin, Compass crack top 10 in new Swanepoel Mega 1000 list

Inman readers are getting an exclusive first look at the Swanepoel Mega 1000 from California-based real estate consulting firm T3 Sixty, which ranks the top brokerages franchisors and holding companies.

Existing-home sales rise for the second straight month

Existing-home sales jumped 1.1 percent, climbing to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.60 million. In spite of low inventory challenges that have persisted into 2018 and increasing home prices nationwide, it’s the second month in a row during which existing home sales rose, following two straight months of declines.

KW’s ‘Kelle’ app competes with big RE tech companies

Kelle is a voice-activated interface that allows Keller Williams agents to access databases, company resources and goal-tracking technologies …

Nostalgia, school pride and game day bringing homebuyers back to their college towns

Nothing brings back the nostalgic rush of the good old days like a trip to your college town years after graduation. That desire to relive special memories and unleash school pride is pulling a wave of homebuyers back to their college stomping grounds.