Posts by Evi Arthur

Using multimedia to bridge the gap between individuals and teams
Using multimedia to bridge the gap between individuals and teams

For team leaders and brokerages, there's one important choice regarding business exposure that is often at the forefront of decision-making in the marketing realm: Should we be promoting individual agents or the larger brand? In some ways, Bridge International is...

Sellers confident, but need agents’ help
Sellers confident, but need agents’ help

While it may be natural to assume sellers are stressing about duties that tend to fall outside of the bounds of agents and brokers, such as mortgages or moving, the survey also showed that the item at the top of...

Indicators suggest an upcoming buyer’s market
Indicators suggest an upcoming buyer’s market

Using these two sets of data released Tuesday, the market’s outlook for the next few months seems to be good, since pending home sales have been increasing and home price growth has been...

Taking the reins after tragedy
Taking the reins after tragedy

After her husband and business partner died suddenly, Emily Jeffries had to become the new managing broker of the office, taking over daily operations while preparing for and taking the test to earn her managing broker...

Keller Williams moves closer to release of iBuying service
Keller Williams moves closer to release of iBuying service

To be launched in May in the Dallas-Fort Worth market, the company hopes to expand the iBuyer program to six to eight “major markets by the end of 2019,” and plans to “deploy $100 million through Keller Offers” over the...

Why Americans aren’t moving as much
Why Americans aren’t moving as much

The Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University recently analyzed the decline in U.S. mobility to determine possible reasons for the steady downturn in residential migration. It turns out everything from “house passion” to zoning laws to multi-generational housing...

This week in Chicagoland real estate: New developments, Census data and more
This week in Chicagoland real estate: New developments, Census data and more

Real estate is making news in Pilsen, Lakeshore East, on the former site of the Harold L. Ickes Homes public housing development, in Oak Park and more this week. Also, the Census Bureau reported a mixed bag of population data...

Storage services with a heart
Storage services with a heart

Any agent knows how stressful moving can be for clients. Many don’t realize how much clutter they have accumulated over the years until they have to pack it all up in boxes and move it somewhere...

What high-end buyers want
What high-end buyers want

New trends emerge every year, and the start of the spring selling season is a great time to take stock of what will be in demand this year. Here are a few things that today’s high-end buyers are looking...

Southern cities lead in new construction
Southern cities lead in new construction

The Census Bureau recently released a report for February 2019, showing a shortage...

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