4 agent must-haves to win luxury listings

Listen and learn how to position your business as a leader in luxury listings and for ways to market yourself as an expert on high-dollar homes.

How to deal with a ‘Listing Impossible’

Regardless of the price range you serve, sooner or later you’ll get stuck with what seems like an impossible listing because the sellers refuse to do what’s needed to get the property sold. CNBC’s new series “Listing Impossible” is packed with takeaways about how to confront thorny issues.

Luxury agent Aaron Kirman on his new reality show, real estate in 2020

Aaron Kirman, a Compass executive who deals in high-end Los Angeles properties, will star with his team in CNBC’s new program “Listing Impossible.”

Luxury network Realm lines up prominent partners ahead of launch

Currently in beta mode, the company is partnering with Gary Gold and Ann Abernethy, among others.

WATCH: How to tailor your social media to your customers

Succeeding at social media means knowing who your customer is and going where they are. That was one of the key takeaways from a Q&A session at Inman Luxury Connect with four experts.

VIDEO: The 3 qualities every luxury agent must have

To kick off Luxury Connect, Brad Inman told the audience: “In an uncertain time, you’re never more needed. When people are uncertain, they need really good advice.” Here’s how you can be prepared to give that advice.

To get rich in real estate, you have to understand 1 simple reality

Most salary surveys will tell you that the average salary for a real estate agent in the U.S. is just $40,000 a year.

To get rich in real estate, you have to understand 1 simple reality

Most salary surveys will tell you that the average salary for a real estate agent in the U.S. is just $40,000 a year.

How to build a track record by knocking on doors

When luxury agents David Parnes and James Harris wanted to get into real estate years ago, they didn’t have a track record, contacts or anything else that agents typically need to succeed, so they hit the pavement. Here’s how that led to success.

The luxury market ‘is doing just fine’ — even amid shrinkage

Luxury buyers are gravitating away from the grand estate and toward properties with lots of amenities and little maintenance.