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Shifts can shake even the best of leaders to their cores, but in order to come out successful on the other end, they have to pivot. As Gary explains in the first episode of season 4, pivots start by remaining safe and strong. Only then can we look after others in our personal and professional circles. Original linkOriginal author: Keller Williams
It can be a balancing act for agents to provide the highest levels of service to clients while also taking care of their own mental and physical well-being. Agents serve as trusted advisors during times of social disruption, and being informed and forthright are crucial components to any real estate transaction, especially as markets set to reopen.
No one lighting scheme will work for every room or area of your home. The lighting requirements for your kitchen, where you cook and prep food, is different than those for a bedroom, where you relax and sleep. Professional lighting designer David...Original author: Bryan Anthony
No one lighting scheme will work for every room or area of your home. The lighting requirements for your kitchen, where you cook and prep food, is different than those for a bedroom, where you relax and sleep. Professional lighting designer David...Original author: Bryan Anthony
Feeling tired and overcommitted? It’s possible that a few new habits and changes around your house can help you fix that. Here are eight ideas to try. Original author: Liz Durnan
Summer officially begins June 20 this year, but why wait until then to get into the summer spirit? Get a jump-start by prepping your home and garden for warm weather, setting up the perfect drip-dry spot for beach towels, reorganizing the kitchen (hello, smoothie bar) and more. These 21 to-dos cover...Original author: Laura Gaskill
It can happen to any agent: Your buyers visit a new construction site without you, and you lose out on the commission. Here's how to avoid that and make sure you get paid.Original linkOriginal author: John Giffen
With three kids ages 5 and under, a Brooklyn couple wanted to make the most of the 600-square-foot outdoor space at their new townhouse. They turned to Houzz and found landscape architect Sasha Newman of Little Miracles Designs for some design help. “The yard was a completely blank slate....Original author: Janet Paik
Wildlife-friendly designs, edible gardens and other sustainability-minded concepts were some of the top themes at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show, held virtually May 18 to 23, 2020. The live event, normally held in London, was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. Instead, landscape...Original author: Sarah Alcroft
Regardless of whether your sellers are letting you and other service providers in their home to stage or you have to walk them through it virtually, avoid these common staging errors.Original linkOriginal author: Nicole Solari
realtor.comIt’s been on the market for nearly a year, but this mansion in Potomac, MD, took over Twitter this week.Over the past few days, the listing has scorched social media.A viral tweet about a fancy house with a basement decked out to look like a fake town sparked the curiosity of real estate gawkers. Its wild listing photos have brought some
"While coronavirus mitigation efforts have disrupted contract signings, the real estate industry is 'hot' in affordable price points," said National Association of Realtors®' Dr. Lawrence Yun, adding he expects homebuying to increase soon as states reopen. http://ritzherald.com/home-sales-could-be-at-its-lowest-point-as-chief-economist-expects-mark
By now, you may have heard that the novel coronavirus can live up to three days on some surfaces. But what about in your swimming pool? Is there any way you could get the virus from your afternoon dip?The short answer: You probably won’t get the virus from pool water. But a pool is still a risky environment as far as social distancing and person-to
Agents and teams using Inside Real Estate's most popular product, kvCORE, will have access to video email come June through BombBomb. All users will have free basic access or the ability to upgrade to a premium account. Original linkOriginal author: Craig C. Rowe
"Given the surprising resiliency of the housing market in the midst of the pandemic, the outlook for the remainder of the year has been upgraded for both home sales and prices," said NAR's chief economist, Dr. Lawrence Yun. https://www.fool.com/millionacres/real-estate-market/articles/home-sales-continue-slump-but-nar-sees-bounce/ @RapportCallahanO
realtor.comA whimsical oceanfront compound with its own distinctive lighthouse is on the market in Key Largo, FL. Known as the Key Largo Lighthouse, the 1.65 acre-property on Oleander Circle can sleep about 20 people and entertain many more.It’s listed for $7.9 million, and what you see is exactly what you’ll get.“It’s sold the way you see it in th
RT @NAR_Research: NAR Research compiles the latest housing market data in this weekly monitor, based on what REALTORS® are seeing in their market, mortgage data, jobless claims, foot traffic, and the latest home sales numbers. http://ow.ly/RvTm50zU17IOriginal linkOriginal author: NAR Media Relations
RT @NAR_Research: Fewer People Receiving Unemployment Benefits; Nearly 4 Million Less Than the Previous WeekTracking Jobless Claims by State: Week Ending May 23. http://ow.ly/f2NZ50zTzBbOriginal linkOriginal author: NAR Media Relations
Track all the hype and highlights from Inman Connect Now on our social channels. Original linkOriginal author: Laura Monroe
www.reinhartstudios.com / Getty ImagesSummer is usually garage sale season, but the coronavirus may have you thinking twice. Even if communities start opening up, many people won’t feel safe visiting your yard or garage to check out your wares.But that doesn’t mean the idea of a garage sale can’t happen at all. It may just mean that it’s time to ho