It’s been one year since the coronavirus pandemic upended our lives. What has changed over the past year within our country and the real estate industry?
Coronavirus is accelerating retirement for baby boomers located in high-taxed states. Their departure is an interesting sign of COVID-19’s lasting influence.
Matt talks about the challenges and opportunities of working in commercial real estate during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Black Friday will look different this year due to COVID-19, which will add to the already struggling commercial real estate market
City emigration from NYC, CHI, LA, & SF due to COVID-19 is accelerating a decade-long pattern of people leaving the harsh concrete jungle for a better quality of life.
Inclusive recruitment requires a conscientious effort to understand hiring biases and create a hiring process that effectively provides equal opportunity.
As current events have pushed more people online, we explore how real estate may adapt to a more virtual way of doing business.
The ability to showcase real estate to potential buyers has always been a part of the buying and selling process, and with the advent of virtual reality, this part of the process has been greatly enhanced.
Modern technology has made working wherever there’s an internet connection possible, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t ways to optimize your set up.
Make sure to consider these features and benefits when choosing a real estate school for completing your Continuing Education requirements during COVID-19.