Surveys

What’s keeping agents from using video more often?
What’s keeping agents from using video more often?

We asked our readers about the common impediments to using multimedia to promote themselves and their

Agents rate their 2019 progress so far
Agents rate their 2019 progress so far

In our latest survey, agents and brokers who started the year with bold goals share how things are going so far. What’s working and what’s not? If the assumptions they started the year out with didn’t turn out to be

What do agents really think of Airbnb?
What do agents really think of Airbnb?

Find out how fellow readers feel about the impact of short-term rentals on communities, as well as the top features properties need to have in order to do well on sites like Airbnb, HomeAway and Vrbo.

Who’s better at forecasting real estate trends: agents or robots?
Who’s better at forecasting real estate trends: agents or robots?

Our tech survey reveals many readers believe real estate pros are best at predicting who is going to move in a given neighborhood. Also: what agents want in a tech partner, the big data companies they're using and

Survey: Working with high-end clients
Survey: Working with high-end clients

Find out what Chicago Agent magazine readers who work in the luxury business have to say about their clients, transactions and trends in the market.

The 2019 Truth About Agents survey results
The 2019 Truth About Agents survey results

Our annual reader survey issue celebrates the diversity of our audience and highlights the on-the-ground experience of agents and brokers.

Data dreams for team reporting
Data dreams for team reporting

Two thirds of agents say that being on a team improved their work-life

Agent Survey: Agents on Training
Agent Survey: Agents on Training

Our survey found many agents want training on lead generation and conversion.

Agent Survey: Demographics
Agent Survey: Demographics

Our Truth About Agents survey found that 66 percent of our agent readership is female.

Agent Survey: Marketing
Agent Survey: Marketing

Nearly 60 percent of agents want to use social media more over the next

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