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Inman announces first round of exhibitors and digital demo session sponsors for ICLV21

Tallahassee, Fla. (Sept. 30, 2021) - Inman Group® announced 44 exhibitors and digital demo session sponsors for Inman Connect Las Vegas, Oct. 26-28, 2021.

Groundfloor’s new app Stairs lets real estate investors get in for $1

Investors can earn an annualized return of 4-6 percent on investments into a secure pool of funds using the Stairs app, 600 times more than the average savings account a traditional bank.

Appraisal licensing controversy engulfs South Dakota governor

Gov. Kristi Noem has been accused of committing an "abuse of power" while her daughter was trying to become a licensed appraiser.

Lesson Learned: Don’t underestimate a ‘small’ deal

Real estate agents across the nation share stories of the lessons they’ve learned during their time in the industry. This week: Find out how former pilot Matt Dolan learned that when it comes to real estate, every deal has its own potential.

Berkshire Hathaway franchise network adds Tennessee brokerage

Tennessee's Lakeside Real Estate Group will do business under the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices brand, the franchise network announced.

New Orleans house full of creepy dolls sells in one day

After setting up his listing photos to feature creepy dolls, a New Orleans agent sold a dilapidated home in one day.

Opendoor and FTC still at odds over iBuyer’s advertising

Regulator threatened "enforcement action" related to allegedly "inaccurate" or "inadequately substantiated" advertising claims if settlement talks fail.

Creating your 2022 marketing plan? 10 tips from a chief marketing officer

If you're thinking through your marketing plan for next year, CMO Kristen Diamond dishes on how she's thinking about her real estate marketing plan in 2022 to help you craft yours.

Are 15-minute mortgage loan approvals the future?

United Wholesale Mortgage says it developed automated document recognition and processing capabilities in-house that allow for an initial mortgage loan approval in minutes.

Short-term rental demand is looking strong for fall, winter

A number of short-term rental markets saw a slowdown in August due to families going back to school, the Delta variant and a number of natural disasters across the country, but those factors aren't impacting fall and winter bookings in the least.

Future 15: tune in to modernize and future-proof your real estate business

Knock CEO Sean Black will host Future 15, an exciting new series that will welcome real estate’s big thinkers to talk about trends, tech and innovation across the industry.

WATCH: Is cash really king?

Nick Bailey asked the question: Is cash really king? This discussion on iBuying and real estate investors is with Tyler Hixson, head of growth and strategy for Opendoor, and Rob Hahn, managing partner of 7DS Associates.

12 listing photo crimes agents should never commit

If buyers won't waste their time coming to see your listing based on the photos, you shouldn't be wasting your time on those photos either. It's time to step up your listing marketing game, so avoid these 12 photo faux pas that no agent should ever commit, regardless of the market. 

Howard Hanna Jr., founder of real estate powerhouse, dead at 101

Howard Hanna Real Estate Services founder Howard Hanna, Jr. has passed, according to a family announcement. HHRES is the largest family-owned and operated brokerage in the U.S.

Elm Street Technologies buys OutboundEngine in 5th purchase in 2021

Greensboro, North Caronlina, real estate technology company Elm Street Technologies has acquired email marketing and advertising software provider OutboundEngine, based in Austin, Texas.

Twitter applauds as Berlin votes to wrestle apartments from landlords

"All those in favor of expropriating every house that Zillow owns, say aye," tweeted one American as Berlin's vote to seize 240,000 apartments rippled across the globe.

Housing industry ‘will not be spared’ by climate change: MBA

Extreme weather could strain flood insurance to breaking point, undermine home prices and drive mortgage defaults, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.