Summer outlook: Real estate leaders upbeat about the coming months

Leaders of both large and small firms envision an active summer selling season. Low inventory and a potential return of the coronavirus, however, remain points of concern.

Glenn Kelman: Waves of migration, consolidation coming to real estate

The Redfin CEO said Wednesday the coronavirus pandemic is helping fuel changes in real estate imagery and consumer behavior.

Luxury snapshot: Agents in high-end markets are staying busy

The market hasn’t fully recovered yet, but agents in luxury markets told Inman that deals are still happening and activity appears to be on the rise.

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Inman has published more than 300 stories on the coronavirus. Here’s our comprehensive list of coverage.

New York market snapshot: Agents are busy, but inventory is scarce

Agents in New York state can’t do in-person showings or open houses. But they told Inman that at least some price points are still seeing a lot of action.

We talked to 5 CFOs about the road to recovery. Here’s what they said

Coronavirus is a big deal for real estate, but financial chiefs don’t think it’s a repeat of 2008. And some already see signs of improvement.

Luxury snapshot: Housing markets will thrive after pandemic setbacks

Agents in five of the country’s most glamorous enclaves have been impacted by the pandemic along with everyone else. But they also envision a sharp recovery in the months to come.

Luxury snapshot: Housing markets will thrive after pandemic setbacks

Agents in five of the country’s most glamorous enclaves have been impacted by the pandemic along with everyone else. But they also envision a sharp recovery in the months to come.

Coronavirus clauses become ubiquitous as pandemic worsens

From lockdown orders to the prospect of anyone involved in a transaction getting sick, deals are suddenly in a uniquely precarious position. In response, agents around the country are racing to add coronavirus clauses to their contracts.

Bright MLS debuts coronavirus response program

Bright Steps includes extra granular data about the market, new virtual showing capabilities, webinars and other tools.