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by The CE Shop Team

Data from the U.S. Census Bureau can be a powerful tool for real estate professionals seeking to better understand their communities & adapt to market trends.

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Strategic home staging can make or break a quick, streamlined sale. Knowing the history, data, and some best practices can help agents make a statement.

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Real estate agents know that purchasing a new house is often one of the largest financial decisions a client will make in their life. That's why a great closing gift should be top of mind once you start rounding the last corner of a deal. This list of gifts from The CE Shop has the perfect gift for every client you work with. 

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Bloomingdale’s is joining several retail chains in experimenting with smaller storefronts — an apparent effort to compete amid the rise of online shopping.

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Whether you’re a new agent looking to start Pre-Licensing education or a veteran wanting to finish your CE, going back to real estate school is as easy as ABC.

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Post-Licensing is additional coursework required by the state after an agent has completed Pre-Licensing and acquired their license. This guide will help you understand the requirement as well as the difference between Post-Licensing and Continuing Education. 

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Whether you’re a Pre-Licensing student or an agent completing their Continuing Education, you need to create a study schedule that sets you up for success.

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The U.S. is seeing more natural disasters than ever, to the tune of nearly $2 trillion. Agents may need to learn to dance in the rain or otherwise take cover.

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E&O insurance covers against losses and/or damages resulting from negligence or errors and omissions in the performance of professional services. 

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by The CE Shop Team

Foreign buyers spent $54.4 billion on existing homes in the United States from April 2020 through March 2021, a 27% decrease from the previous 12-month period.