Brooklyn luxury sales drop by 50 percent: Compass

As coronavirus continues to spread and New York becomes a national epicenter of the disease, luxury real estate is taking an anticipated hit.

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.

Ways to digitize every stage of your sales funnel during the pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic is forcing agents to do much more of their previously face-to-face business over a computer. Here are a few novel ways to make it work.

Read all of Inman’s coronavirus coverage here

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

HomeServices of America is once again the top real estate brokerage

HomeServices of America topped the annual Real Trends 500, edging out the Realogy Brokerage Group for the top spot in 2019 transaction sides.

Compass CEO Robert Reffkin urges agents to use their CRMs

The real estate industry is currently experiencing massive upheaval thanks to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but according to Robert Reffkin, there’s one big thing agents can do to better weather the storm: take advantage of their CRM.

Compass is still onboarding new teams despite slowdown, layoffs

The 15-person Oldendorp Group, which is joining Compass from Keller Williams this week, will be virtually onboarded through Enboarder.

Compass lays off 15% of staff amid coronavirus ‘economic standstill’

CEO Robert Reffkin said Monday in a letter that the coronavirus has created “one of the most challenging and uncertain moments in our lifetimes.”

Foreign real estate ‘ground to a halt’ amid virus outbreak: DelPrete

Analyst Mike DelPrete said in the latest episode of the Daily Dispatch podcast that the data indicates “there’s going to be a very dramatic drop off in real estate volumes.”

‘Congress, help home service workers’: ANGI Homeservices CEO

ANGI Homeservices CEO Brandon Ridenour asked Congress on Monday to deem home service professionals as “essential workers” during COVID-19 pandemic.