They hate their homes, and they want out — NOW!

Quarantine has made many buyers realize they have new and urgent unmet needs for their homes, now that most plan to spend more time at home than ever before as they learn to navigate a COVID-19 world.

Louisiana market snapshot: Consumers coming ‘out of their shells’ as market rebounds

The coronavirus pandemic hit Louisiana hard, and the real estate industry there suffered. But agents say their business is now on the road to recovery.

Now is the time to double down on outreach, say agents at Inman’s Town Hall

A panel of industry leaders said Thursday that real estate agents should be using the pandemic to increase the amount of contact they have with their current or future clients.

Inman’s state-by-state guide to reopening the economy

As the coronavirus pandemic gradually improves, a patchwork of plans to reopen local economies has emerged across the U.S.

Inman’s state-by-state guide to reopening the economy

As the coronavirus pandemic gradually improves, a patchwork of plans to reopen local economies has emerged across the U.S.

Prices rose in 64% of opportunity zones during first quarter

Although the first quarter saw an overall increase in median home prices in a majority of opportunity zones, Attom Data Solutions noted that those numbers do not yet reflect the full effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on the market.

Douglas Elliman launches new online learning system for agents

On Monday, Douglas Elliman announced the launch of its new online learning system for agents, “Elliman Constant Learning,” an offering of the Elliman Agent Training Center.

Inman’s state-by-state guide to evictions, rent and foreclosures

Rent and mortgage payments are due. Different states have different strategies for people who can’t pay during the pandemic. We’re updating this post as the situation evolves.

‘I’m feeling very optimistic’: Agents in Southern states foresee ‘booming’ market as lockdowns lift

Isolation mandates are beginning to lift in a handful of Southern states. Agents across the region believe consumers will race back to the market.

Agents in Southern states on board with economic reopening

The pandemic is not over, but a handful of governors in Southern states are gradually reopening their economies. Agents mostly agreed that it’s time.