Cool down your summer with a new take on energy efficiency

The benefits of making energy efficiency improvements include lowering your monthly bills and building client relationships by sharing what you’ve learned.

Inman Connect San Francisco 2018 preview

There’s no better place to learn about the people, trends and ideas shaping the future of residential real estate than at Inman Connect.

Yolanda’s Little Black Book author believed to be former Compass finance manager

James McClain, a former finance manager at Compass, is believed to be the individual behind a gossip blog that leaked details on celebrity homes.

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.

How the Trump tariffs are affecting US homebuyers

The Trump administration’s trade policy is putting greater strains on an already inventory-starved real estate market and driving up home prices, according to a trio of real estate economists.

Alabama landlord sued for allegedly demanding sex from tenants

An northern Alabama landlord is facing a lawsuit from the Department of Justice (DOJ) over allegations that he demanded sexual acts from female tenants in exchange for rent or to prevent eviction.

DOJ rescinds guidance documents on housing discrimination, mortgage tips

The Department of Justice rescinded two dozen law enforcement guidance documents on Tuesday. Among them were directives and brochures on housing discrimination and mortgage and home equity loan advice.

Climate change is here, and it’s already impacting property values: Harvard study

The study provides a fact-based grounding for the concept of “climate gentrification,” a phenomenon in which a region experiencing climate change will see property values soften.

Are we in a housing bubble? It depends on who you ask

Are we in a housing bubble? That’s a big question that’s constantly on the mind of everyone in the industry. One financial analyst thinks so, but real estate economists who spoke to Inman disagree.

How would a more conservative Supreme Court impact real estate?

The Supreme Court of the United States could have a more conservative makeup soon, and while it’s purely an exercise in speculation at this point, it could likely be a mixed bag for the real estate industry and consumers.