A Halloween display was so realistic police were called — multiple times

Dallas police received several calls from neighbors complaining that artist Steve Novak’s Halloween display was a bit too realistic.

Side continues C-suite expansion with new chief operating officer

Side, a San-Francisco based real estate brokerage that partners with top-producing agents, teams, and brokers to handle back-end operations, has enlisted Elizabeth Tse as its chief operating officer.

Winter is coming: These are most in-demand cold weather amenities

As homebuyers and owners prepare to settle in for what may be a long COVID-19 winter, they’re looking for amenities to keep them warm and provide them with experiences and entertainment in a world where going out is still on pause.

A year of relocation: Where luxury buyers moved in 2020

A new report from Coldwell Banker sheds light on where the wealthy moved this year, why they relocated and what they’re looking for in a home.

So your rich client wants to buy mom a home. What now?

Although videos of children surprising their parents with homes are fun to watch on social media, gifting a property should only be done with a carefully thought out plan. Here’s why.

‘Unlivable’ New York City ‘house of horrors’ sells for a cool $720K

It’s unclear if the new owner plans to raze or renovate the dilapidated structure.

Kiss frontman Gene Simmons lists Beverly Hills mansion for $22M

The house that Kiss frontman and rockstar Gene Simmons lived in for more than 25 years is now up for sale for $22 million.

Power zones and Duchenne smiles: Body language tips for every agent

Practicing the use of body language while wearing a face mask can help improve an agent’s ability to effectively communicate with clients during showings, experts told Inman.

Power zones and Duchenne smiles: Body language tips for every agent

Practicing the use of body language while wearing a face mask can help improve an agent’s ability to effectively communicate with clients during showings, experts told Inman.

Even amid travel restrictions, Bahamas real estate lures many

One local broker said that prospective buyers are spending up to $18,000 a month to rent a home in which they can quarantine for 14 days before they start looking at properties.