NAR joins fight to extend the National Flood Insurance Program

The National Association of Realtors announced Friday that it’s joined 21 of the nation’s largest trade associations in a campaign urging Congress to reauthorize the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) before a July 31 deadline.

Where are the best-run (and worst-run) cities in America?

Not only does Idaho have the best potatoes, it has some of the nation’s best-run cities, too. WalletHub’s latest study named Nampa the most efficient city.

Broker confidence in New York City market has declined steadily since 2014: REBNY survey

Broker confidence in the New York City real estate market has been on a steady decline since 2014, according to a survey released on Monday by the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY).

Keller Willams NYC without a team leader after months of shakeup

Back-to-back departures of its top leaders has Keller Williams NYC’s midtown office without a captain at the helm of its ship. Founder Ilan Bracha told Inman that the brokerage remains continually profitable and one of the largest and most successful in the city, dispelling rumors it is shutting down.

New York City’s rent stabilization laws are easily exploitable, NY Times reports

Weak rent stabilization laws in New York City are ripe to be exploited, a new piece published in “The New York Times” found. While there are still roughly 1 million rent-stabilized apartments left in New York City, they’re starting to vanish one by one, according to the report.

Lesson learned: Why you truly have to get to know your clients

With a focus on Battery Park City, Barbara Ireland creates a client-focused process that keeps people coming back — and telling their friends and family. How do you bring the personal touch to a huge metropolitan market like Manhattan? We asked Ireland for her advice.

Queens residents protest outside NYC mayor’s mansion, City Hall over new homeless shelter

Elected officials and community activists continued their fight over the city’s placement of a new homeless shelter in Queens on the outskirts of one of its most pricey neighborhoods.

Steve Gold talks joining Corcoran after Town Residential’s shutdown

The day that Town Residential announced it was ceasing its re-sale and leasing operations, top agent and Million Dollar Listing New York star Steve Gold called Corcoran CEO Pam Liebman, and the two met that night. A week later, Corcoran announced Gold …

Steve Gold talks joining Corcoran after Town Residential’s shutdown

The day that Town Residential announced it was ceasing it’s re-sale and leasing operations, top agent and “Million Dollar Listing New York” star Steve Gold called Corcoran CEO Pam Liebman and the two met that night. A week later, Corcoran announced Gold would be bringing his listings to the luxury real estate firm.

Corcoran lands ‘Million Dollar Listing NY’ star Steve Gold

“Million Dollar Listing” star Steve Gold and his team Gold Realty have a new home. The famed real estate agent is joining Corcoran after Town Residential ceased its resale and leasing operations, Corcoran confirmed in an email.