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Todays Real Estate News Archive


Accredited Land Consultant (ALC) Funds Five New Scholarships for Military

The REALTORS® Land Institute announced recently that Accredited Land Consultant (ALC) Bill Eshenbaugh will fund five Eshenbaugh Land Company Military Course Scholarships for the Institute’s Military Transition Program (MTP). The scholarships, valued at $445 each, will be awarded to the first MTP participants who request the scholarship. ...


Ask the Expert: How Can I Prevent Holiday Home Electrical Hazards?

Today's “Ask the Expert” column features Jay Gregg, Director of Marketing with Pillar To Post. ...


Putting People First: 5 Resolutions to Succeed in 2014 – Part 1

As 2013 comes to an end, now is a great time to look back on your year and figure out what areas of your real estate business you can improve upon and how to increase your number of clients. When it’s time ...


Zillow Predicts Home Values to Rise 3 Percent in 2014; Mortgages Will Be Easier to Get

Zillow is making four, bold housing predictions for 2014, and has determined which housing markets will be the hottest this coming year. ...


Five Things REALTORS® Should Do before 2014

For many small real estate offices, the end of the year means holiday parties and perhaps a little time off to spend with the family, however before 2014 sneaks up on us, there are five important things small businesses should evaluate before ...


Evolution of MLS Public Websites

There’s a movement afoot among Multiple Listing Service (MLS) executives and brokers to take measures to protect, control and monetize the data surrounding listings. A key component of this strategy is the consumer-facing MLS website (MLS public portal). ...


The Mobile Consumer and the Right Response to Responsive Design, Part III

The mobile world has changed dramatically since June 29, 2007—the day the first generation iPhone was released. No one could have predicted the massive change this device would usher in, or how drastically the landscape would change over the next six years. Six years ago, the BlackBerry was the dominant ...


5 Excuses Business Owners Make (and Why They’re Holding You Back)

Small business owners, can you relate to these scenarios? ...


Industry Insight: View from the Top

With an increase in home sales and consumer confidence, 2013 has been a strong year for the real estate industry as a whole. As 2013 comes to an end, we interviewed three leading brokers from around the country to discuss the year that was and the year that’s yet to ...


Leadership Lessons from the Front Line

I’ve spent a good amount of this year traveling, visiting with ERA® brokers across the country. Of course, we talk about their companies, current market conditions, business drivers and emerging trends. But what also invariably comes up in conversation is the topic of leadership. It’s a critical component, not only ...


New Home Sales Surge in October

(MCT)—New home sales shot up in October, evidence that buyers nationwide may be absorbing higher mortgage interest rates. ...


Not All Leads Are Equal – Calculating Lead Sources to Projected Revenue

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DocuSign Demonstrates Its Bundled Real Estate Transaction Management Solution

Recently, DocuSign, the industry standard eSignature provider, announced a new bundle combining the company’s eSignature service with recent acquisition Cartavi Transaction Rooms with hopes of making real estate collaboration and document management more efficient and effective. Coinciding with the National Association of ...


With Aging Population, Elevators More Popular in New Homes

(MCT)—Developers are luring downsizing baby boomers with elevators, a luxury feature that offers convenience now and the promise of easier movement as they age. ...


Construction Spending: Slight Decline in October Release

Total private residential construction spending decreased slightly from the revised August and newly released September figures to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $326.9 billion in October 2013 according to Census estimates. The current reading is a 0.6 percent decrease from the prior month and 17.8 percent higher than a ...


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