If you want daily advice on how to improve your business, Inman Select is a ‘no-brainer must-have’

Tanya Delahoz sells luxury real estate in Breckenridge, Colorado — a competitive market where she needs every edge she can get. Delahoz says Inman Select is a no-brainer for agents like her and has been a subscriber for a year and a half.

When it’s time to redevelop your structure and business model, Inman Select provides guidance

Karl Freund is a real estate broker in the Phoenix metro area who’s been a Select subscriber for more than a year and who uses the information and news he reads on Inman to boost his business. He’s in the top 1 percent of real estate agents nationwide and reads Inman regularly, especially for the Select articles available only to subscribers.

One real estate broker and coach knows where to find the best industry information — he reads Inman Select

Loren Coburn is a real estate broker and coach in Norman, Oklahoma. He’s worked as an agent, broker and coach in his career, thriving in all three roles. Coburn has been an Inman Select subscriber for three years and recommends Inman Select to the teams he coaches.

Keeping up in a hot market can be difficult, but this associate broker is doing it with Inman Select

Sherri Johnson is the CEO and founder of Sherri Johnson Coaching & Consulting, LLC. She’s worked in residential real estate for 21 years, and she was “directly responsible for leading more than $1.6 billion in annual sales” in addition to recruiting, training and coaching thousands of real estate agents. “Creating and building strong brand culture and turn-around change management are some of my strongest skills,” she explains.

Keeping up in a hot market can be difficult, but this associate broker is doing it with Inman Select

Laura Levy is a broker associate with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, specializing in home sales in Lyons and Boulder, Colorado. Her activity in such a vibrant market means Levy needs the right tools in her kit to find buyers and sellers — and …

Why relationships in real estate still edge out technology and data

Traditional real estate is on its deathbed! Artificial intelligence will replace agents! Zillow will join forces with Amazon or Google to become a brokerage and game over! Really …

Home listings will continue to be rare gems in 2018

According to economists, mortgage rates are expected to rise this year, further aggravating low inventory …

Housing shortage softening buyer demand in major US metros

Redfin’s Housing Demand Index, which is based on Redfin customers requesting home tours and writing offers, fell 6.2 percentage points from October (136) to November (127) — the third consecutive month of declines after a summer of “virtually flat” re…

Zillow’s 6 predictions for the 2018 housing market

If only we could stare into a crystal ball to see exactly what 2018 holds for the housing market. More inventory? Yes! Slower home price growth? Absolutely! Oprah giving everyone a free house? That would be a dream come true …

Hurricanes take their toll on new construction, inventory

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) report for September has revealed that the real estate industry will have to wait a while longer for inventory relief. Summaries from July and August showed impressive growth in the residential construction sector, giving economists a glimmer of hope that inventory relief was on the way, but Hurricanes Harvey and Irma stifled that growth …