Summer outlook: Real estate leaders upbeat about the coming months

Leaders of both large and small firms envision an active summer selling season. Low inventory and a potential return of the coronavirus, however, remain points of concern.

Coldwell Banker CEO on why now is the perfect time to list your home

During a virtual town hall, Ryan Gorman also explained why he doesn’t believe the market will see a massive spike in foreclosures.

Coldwell Banker CEO on the future of offices: ‘less rent, more happy hours’

The company has been re-examining the best use and layout of its more than 700 offices to maximize effectiveness and allocate savings.

The Real Word: Will virtual buying stick around post-lockdown?

Watch Byron Lazine and Nicole White give a real estate agent’s perspective on industry-related topics. This week, they discuss virtual buying, outdoor living spaces and a mythical creature in listing photos of a California home.

Coldwell Banker CEO: Real estate has undergone a ‘tremendous transition’

Coldwell Banker CEO Ryan Gorman told CNBC it’s not just millennials who are open to buying homes virtually.

Tales from the field: What I learned from Coldwell Banker’s leadership

An assistant manager at Coldwell Banker shares how her office adapted to the coronavirus throughout March and the important leadership lessons she’s learned since then.

From Ryan Gorman: Thank you, agents!

This coronavirus pandemic has rattled our world, our economy, our businesses, our way of life, and the health of so many. It’s tempting to give in to the fear, anxiety, and stress that many of us may feel now; but remember that, as community leaders, we are in a great position to help and support our neighbors in this time of need.

Ryan Gorman: Home prices not likely to see significant drop

Inventory is low, and the real estate market is healthier than it was during the last recession. That should keep home prices relatively stable, the Coldwell Banker chief said.

Real estate leaders reveal their vulnerabilities

At this time, many of us are more willing to be vulnerable — letting our guard down is actually helping us get through this.

Survey finds similarities between homebuyers of different ages

Coldwell Banker has found that millennials, Gen Xers and baby boomers are remarkably similar when it comes to homebuying preferences.