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Thinking that spring is the best time to sell is a common misconception in the homeselling world. Learn how to overcome that objection and get your sellers to list now by mastering these tips. ..READ MORE +


With no end in sight to the shutdown — which began in December and hinges on political leaders disagreement over funding for a border wall — Realtors say the dire affects are seeping into more and more corners of the industry. ..READ MORE +


The program stands in stark contrast to the way most loans work, which typically require a borrower to have a contract already in place before they can lock in an interest rate. ..READ MORE +


The house where legendary singer Frank Sinatra used to entertain some of Hollywood's biggest names, and Marilyn Monroe reportedly spent time living in the guest house, is back on the market. ..READ MORE +


Keller Williams will "probably" launch its own iBuyer program in the second quarter of 2019, Gary Keller confirmed during a multihour presentation of the company's 2019 technology plans on Friday, Jan. 11. In audio obtained by Inman, Keller said the franchisor will likely launch in Arizona. ..READ MORE +


“The housing market is a perfect example of how psychology affects the economy,” Fairweather said. ..READ MORE +


SRE Matrix, a low-fee, tech-focused brokerage that launched in 2014, recently closed its Honolulu office, completing a wind-down of the firm's company-owned brokerage offices. ..READ MORE +


The week's top real estate industry stories, plus speaker previews of Inman Connect New York. ..READ MORE +


Our favorite picks for places to grab a great cup of coffee during ICNY. ..READ MORE +


Americans are increasingly forgoing traditional banks when taking out home loans, pushing mortgage revenue down for big name lenders but offering a boon to unconventional, tech-enabled companies. ..READ MORE +