A recent report found that three quarters of Americans say that they have a good neighbor, but only 14 percent said friendship was a necessary quality.
After the Federal Trade Commission accused tenant screening company RealPage of falsely linking some prospective renters to criminal records, the company has agreed to shell out $3 million in a penalty settlement.
In a report released Thursday, Fannie Mae's Economic and Strategic Research Group painted a picture of a somewhat gloomy near-term future, saying that it's expectations for the coming year "have become more pessimistic.”
Compass is defending its productivity claims from attacks made by MoxiWorks, a "competitor" that CEO Robert Reffkin says is "trying to damage our reputation."
From a behind-the-scenes tour of the Petersen Auto Museum's vault, to creating a better work-life balance at Unplug Meditation in West Hollywood, Luxury Connect's attendees were able to enjoy a wealth of exclusive activities focused on learning beyond the industry, networking with other attendees and digesting the morning's sessions together.
Housing units normally set aside for low-income residents can now be used to house persons displaced by Hurricanes Florence and Michael and other disasters without regard to their incomes.
When catering to wealthy clients, one way to ensure repeat business is to become a wealth manager rather than simply a real estate agent.
Featured in the morning sessions at Luxury Connect on Wednesday October 17th, Brad Inman moderated a discussion diving into the questions and concerns of the modern brokerage. Panelists included Mauricio Umansky (CEO, The Agency), Tami Pardee (Owner, Halton Pardee and Partners), Robert Reffkin (Founder and CEO, Compass), Vija Williams (Director of Growth, Ben Kinney Brokerages, Keller Williams) and Chris Lim (Founder and CEO, Climb Real Estate).
Two schools of marketing thought converged Wednesday morning at Inman’s Luxury Connect event in the main ballroom at the Beverly Hills Wilshire Hotel.
Vacation home rental platform Vacasa has secured another round of funding to the tune of $64 million, the company announced Thursday.