Realtors share fatherly advice and honor their dads on Father’s Day

It’s Father’s Day, and Inman is celebrating fathers this weekend with stories from agents and brokers about how their fathers shaped their lives and careers

4 plants that can rid your real estate listings of toxins

Poor-quality air can make us feel tired and inhibit our ability to concentrate or remember tasks, and as any hardworking real estate pro knows, losing concentration or suffering from fatigue can result in wasted time and loss of productivity.

As Roomi grows in popularity, are millennials using it for more than roommate matching?

In big cities, some millennials are using Roomi, a real estate app meant to connect roommates and landlords, for exploring more than just apartments.

Real estate community applauds Seattle’s repeal of unpopular head tax

The real estate community welcomed a change of heart by the Seattle City Council this week after it put an unpopular head tax on large businesses just a month ago.

Coldwell Banker Bain’s first Global Luxury office to open in Bellevue

Due to open on July 1, the brokerage will have its own state-of-the-art retail space in the upmarket Bellevue Lincoln Square shopping center and be aptly named Coldwell Banker Bain Lincoln Square. 

How this real estate brokerage is brewing up culture, retention and fun

Best practices suggest agents leave notes in a client relationship manager (CRM) about leads and clients. For example, “Wants a view of the mountains,” or “Has not been pre-approved,” might be common notations. But if you’re an agent with Crown Point, …

The city with the highest percentage of vacation and investment homes is …

On Monday, LendingTree released its list of cities with the highest share of non-owner occupied mortgages, and the results are surprising.

Muhammad Ali’s Michigan estate just hit the market — and the price is a nod to the sports legend

A Michigan estate that the boxer Muhammad Ali once lived in has hit the market for $2,895,037 — a nod to his long-term successful career.

Celebrity chef busted for trying to poison neighbor’s tree

A celebrity chef with an apparently phony penchant for environmentalism was arrested for allegedly trying to poison a neighbor’s silver maple tree because, ironically, it was blocking his solar panels.

This is what the average American’s dream home looks like

According to a survey conducted by Digital Third Coast, 75 percent of Americans believe homeownership isn’t necessary to “live a good life.” But that doesn’t stop them from dreaming about their perfect pad.