This Massachusetts mansion is the oldest home for sale in the US

A 380-year-old Massachusetts home not far from Plymouth Rock is now officially the oldest home avilable for sale in the country.

How to keep busy and not panic about what’s ahead

Cooped up at home? Here are a few things every real estate agent should be doing to stay safe, boost productivity and make the best of their time at home.

9 ways to minimize the pandemic’s impact on business

When this situation turns the corner, there will be plenty of business to go around. Here are the actions you need to take now to ensure your business is healthy when things rebound.

How 1 agent helped small business owners earn $1M in sales despite outbreak

True Houston founder Nicole Lopez’s Texas Festival Vendors page has helped 96 vendors make $1 million in sales despite shelter-in-place orders.

Finding solace in isolation

Here’s some perspective from a contributor who spent a year in a remote Zen temple with 10 hours of meditation each day, which turned into a lifelong contemplative practice.

A comprehensive list of online training classes available to agents

Although many brokerages are offering online training to their agents, some companies are providing online training services to any agent who’s interested.

Feeling listless? 16 at-home workouts to get you moving

Whether you’re that agent who hits the gym before dawn to get in a daily workout or you’re just missing the steps that real estate naturally provides (and going a little stir-crazy), there’s an at-home workout for you.

Industry torn on whether real estate is an essential service

At a time when people are staying home en masse, many in the real estate industry question whether or not their jobs should be considered essential.

‘It feels like an even better decision now’: Living in a tiny home during a pandemic

As confirmed coronavirus cases rise nationwide, a tiny house can be a refuge from the world — or a place to go stir-crazy at lightning speed.

Inman News quiz, March 27: Think you’re on top of the week’s stories?

The real estate industry threw some curveballs. Take Inman’s real estate news quiz to demonstrate how strong your talking points and cocktail banter are this week.