BrokerPulse

RealTrends Q32021 BrokerPulse sees brokers still optimistic about the market, wary of competition and wondering when inventory will rise.

2021 RealTrends Brokerage Compensation Report

For the study, RealTrends surveyed all the firms on the 2021 RealTrends 500 and Nation’s Best rankings, asking for annual compensation data for the 2020 calendar year.

Knock.com’s Sean Black on the transaction revolution

Real estate is on its third revolution, from the digital revolution of the early 2000s to the information revolution kicked off by Trulia and Zillow to today's transaction revolution.

Newsletter

The RealTrends BrokerSource and HousingWire OpenHouse newsletters deliver twice weekly information on trends, strategies, analysis, people, and news shaping the real estate industry.

REAL Trends October Newsletter

The REAL Trends monthly newsletter is known as the trusted industry source for information on trends, strategies, analysis, people, and news shaping the real estate industry of tomorrow. REAL Trends reaches thousands of readers, including broker/owners, network and association executives, mortgage brokers, title companies, the news media and other industry insiders.

In the October newsletter, we feature articles on the industry like, Looming Challenges of Brokerage and Coaching Out of a Sales Slump. Along with REAL Trends insights from Steve Murray, Tracey Velt, Peter Gilmour and Brent Driggers, the October issue features articles written by Larry Kendall and Sue Johnson.  Read the full issue below!

Most Popular Articles

Where is the housing market headed?

Rising incomes, low interest rates and all other factors, including the balance between families looking for housing and the availability of housing, point towards a continuation of the strong housing market of the last 15 to 18 months.

Oct 18, 2021 By

Latest Articles

Climate migration driving more buyers to Burlington, VT

An influx of buyers from California, Colorado, Florida and the tristate area are looking to buy in Burlington, Vermont. There’s just one problem: there’s hardly any inventory.

Oct 23, 2021 By