Pocket Listings to Go Away in 2020

January 16, 2020
Realtors and consumer advocates long have argued that there’s no place in the industry for pocket listings, those properties that are for sale but don’t appear in the multiple listing service. In November, the National Association of Realtors moved definitively to end pocket listings. NAR’s board of directors voted 729-70 to forbid the contentious marketing…To read more — login/sign up

 

The Year in Brokerage Management

December 26, 2019
Every other week you receive the summary of an article from Real Estate Broker’s Insider. Over the course of the year we’ve covered everything from agent recruitment, to new business models, to avoiding lawsuits. To wrap up the year, we’re highlighting five of our favorite posts. Timely and informative, they showcase some of the most creative…To read more — login/sign up

 

Part 4: Broker Offers Guidance to iBuyer

December 19, 2019
Real Estate Broker’s Insider has been focusing its coverage on broker/owners who are trying new approaches to stay ahead of the fast-changing industry. In Houston, Charlotte, and other Sun Belt markets, major brokers are teaming with Zavvie, a company that promises to keep agents involved in the process by managing offers from multiple iBuyers. Better Homes…To read more — login/sign up

 

Part 3: Broker Launches iBuyer Platform

December 5, 2019
December 5, 2019 — Real Estate Broker’s Insider has been focusing its coverage on broker/owners who are trying new approaches to stay ahead of the fast-changing industry. In Tampa Bay, FL, Kenny Hayslett of RE/MAX Action First created an iBuying program. Offerpad, Opendoor, and Zillow Offers are buying homes in the Tampa market. So far, the…To read more — login/sign up