Coronavirus poised to wreak havoc on real estate

Some agents are already seeing their business impacted from the spreading global disease. Others are preparing for the worst.

Palm Springs MLS brings back Vesta Plus amid member demand

Members of the Palm Springs Regional Association of Realtors will now get to choose between two software providers.

The biggest benefit of agent healthcare benefits? Happiness

Real estate agents need healthcare like everyone else, but they face significant challenges when it comes to actually getting it.

Money matters — but only up to a point

Agents tend to be satisfied with their income, a new survey from Inman suggests. But many also believe that after a certain point, money can’t buy happiness.

With 2 new MLS partnerships, CRMLS now claims 100K Realtors

The Pasadena-Foothills Association of Realtors and Palm Springs Regional Association of Realtors have both voted to use CRMLS for data and tech services.

IBuyers riding a wave of change as they disrupt real estate

The iBuyers are going to improve their algorithms. They’re going to push their prices closer to market rates. And they’re going to get better and better as they eat up more of the real estate industry.

‘Survival of the fittest’: Real estate pros predict far fewer agents

There are more than a million agents in the U.S. right now, but if some of the industry’s leaders are right, that number is poised to get much smaller.

Meet the trailblazers leading the way at Disconnect in the Desert

Disconnect will not only be guided by real estate mavericks, but also outside-the-industry trailblazers with insights that will redefine the way we do business.

Disconnect: Industry leaders set to define real estate’s future

Real estate leaders rolling up their sleeves for three days to come up with an ambitious forecast for where the industry will be in five years. That is the plan at Inman Disconnect in the Desert, April 8-10 in Palm Springs.

The shutdown is tripping up real estate deals across the country

With no end in sight to the shutdown — which began in December and hinges on political leaders disagreement over funding for a border wall — Realtors say the dire affects are seeping into more and more corners of the industry.