7 inspiring ideas for building community through service

In a profession that already brings community together, real estate agents know the importance of lending a helping hand, especially in difficult times. Through acts of service both big and small, agents are able to make lasting impacts on their communities — without focusing on sales.

RE/MAX’s broker conference is going fully virtual for 2020

On August 17-18, the virtual event will feature general sessions, lounges, a vendor market place and more.

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The pandemic’s impacts have varied across the country. Inman has put together data on those impacts and talked to dozens of agents on the front lines.

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

Louisiana market snapshot: Consumers coming ‘out of their shells’ as market rebounds

The coronavirus pandemic hit Louisiana hard, and the real estate industry there suffered. But agents say their business is now on the road to recovery.

Realogy tops Mega 1000 as biggest brokerages gobble market share

Realogy Brokerage Group was once again the most productive brokerage in the country in sales volume, according to the Swanepoel Mega 1000.

HUD Secretary wants the American dream ‘to resume’

Ben Carson believes the real estate industry has an important role to play in the economic recovery of the U.S.

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.

Earnings offer hope, but ‘normalcy’ is still distant

The virus may continue to wreak havoc for a while, but a strong quarter of earnings offers support to the idea that there’s light at the end of the tunnel.

RE/MAX CEO: ‘We exit this health crisis in a position of strength’

RE/MAX reported earnings of $70.3 million in revenue for the first quarter, and despite market uncertainties, CEO Adam Contos remains hopeful for the future.