Posts by Jason Porterfield

Chicagoland agents staying ahead of the pack

Last year was one of whiplash change for many agents. But top-producing agents are finding innovative ways to grow their...

Keeping brands fresh and agents happy in a shifting market

Managing brokers around Chicagoland are working out how to retain their best agents and recruit new talent in the midst of these...

Developers work to keep up with buyer demand across Chicagoland

After more than two years of pandemic-related delays, new construction is making a gradual and somewhat halting comeback in and around...

Make way for the rookies

Beginning a new career is often a struggle. But plenty of rookie agents are thriving despite those...

Creating the ultimate real estate tech stack

Real estate-oriented tech tools and apps are easier than ever to access, but the veritable tidal wave of these time-saving digital solutions can be...

What to do about the affordability crisis?

Inventory shortages, supply chain disruptions and bidding wars that have pushed prices up to record levels are among the numerous factors that have exacerbated the affordable housing crisis that was already in full swing prior to the pandemic....

Mortgage rates are moving: How agents can work with lenders to keep their clients on track

Record-low rates that have driven market for the last two years are inching back up, but experts say don’t expect them to spike anytime soon. What does it all mean for mortgage brokers and real estate...

Lone Wolf adds Terradatum to extensive portfolio of proptech solutions

The proptech company Lone Wolf has added another tool to its offerings by acquiring the data analytics provider...

RedfinNow becomes first major iBuyer to hit the Chicago market

RedfinNow is making offers on single-family homes, townhomes and condos in Avondale, Edgebrook, Edison Park, Jefferson Park, Lincoln Square, North Center, North Mayfair, Norwood Park, Old Irving, Park Ridge, Portage Park, Rogers Park, Sauganash and West...

Share of international homebuyers fell last year

International buyers purchased 107,000 residential properties from April 2020 through March 2021, marking a 31% decline from the 154,000 residences bought the previous...

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