Housing market too strong for more Fed cuts

President Trump has tweeted that the “boneheads” at the Federal Reserve should lower interest rates to “zero” or “less,” but Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell took a more moderate approach.

Don’t be a ‘yes agent’

A “yes agent” agrees with everything the seller says, offers up compliments and ignores anything that causes the seller angst, like data that conflicts with the seller’s opinion of price.

Don’t be a ‘yes agent’

A “yes agent” agrees with everything the seller says, offers up compliments and ignores anything that causes the seller angst, like data that conflicts with the seller’s opinion of price.

The Real Word: Are you ready to get out of real estate?

Watch Byron Lazine and Nicole White give a real estate agent’s perspective on industry-related topics. This week, Byron and Nicole take the quiz  to find out if they are retirement-ready.

Afraid to have the selling options talk with sellers? Try Homebot

Homebot recently unveiled a new feature in its home-equity management app that’s been bothering me. But it might just help you broach a topic you’re afraid to talk to clients about.

Is the WeWork business model sustainable?

Here’s a look at The We Company’s controversial public offering and business model. Is it replaying Regus’ struggles during the dot-com bubble?

What makes a great team leader?

A great team leader is only as great as his team. So, where do I go and what do I need to do to make sure I get a great team.

Quit complaining about clients! They’re frustrated, too

Instead of complaining about clients, be the one who educates them, provides information and holds their hand when necessary — and please answer the damn phone.

You’re the worst! 15 lessons I’ve learned from bad salespeople

I’ve learned how not to conduct an in-home appointment with prospective clients from the worst salespeople who have visited my home. Here I spread the wealth of my painfully gained knowledge.

A new vision for luxury

Parts of the U.S. luxury scene still revel in gilded age-like spirit, but the idea of bigger, bolder and flashier homes is not playing well in markets where mega mansions sit idle.