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Millennials who don’t have their hearts set on home ownership quite yet may be looking to rent for just a little while longer, and many may be settling into a multi-family dwelling. So what are these consumers looking for in an apartment? To find out, Schlage recently polled 1,000 U.S. renters in multi-family dwellings. Their findings…


Whether it’s a last-minute private visit or an open house for anyone who stops by, homes need to be seen to sell. Showing a property is essential to the home-selling process. Every market works differently, but buyers and sellers will quickly learn the ropes by working with a competent local agent. The last-minute call to show…


Your listing photos are designed to spotlight the house in its very best light. But in some cases, your images may do little to be carving out a good impression among home shoppers. Realtor.com® recently rounded up several of the worst real estate listing photo mistakes. Make sure you’re not making any of these faux…


Whether it’s a last-minute private visit or an open house for anyone who stops by, homes need to be seen to sell. Showing a property is essential to the home-selling process. Every market works differently, but buyers and sellers will quickly learn the ropes by working with a competent local agent. The last-minute call to show…


Writers Louis Rosenfeld and Peter Morville said in their book on web design that, “The foundation of almost all good information architectures is a well-designed hierarchy.” This is still true today. In today’s age, everything is saturated with and by media. You cannot escape it. And your business will no longer succeed without it. Every…


ORLANDO, Fla. (November 5, 2016) – As social networking sites become a standard advertising and marketing tool in the real estate industry, familiarity with best practices and risk management has become essential knowledge for real estate agents, according to the social media risk management session, “I Don’t Give a Twit” today at the 2016 REALTORS®…


Millennials represent the largest generational cohort, topping even the baby boomer generation in sheer numbers. But their plans for marrying and home buying are significantly different than the generations that preceded them. Demand for rental properties is at unprecedented levels, thanks in part to the millennial generation.  Born between 1980 and 2000, this generation is…


Competition for tenants has never been more fierce, and landlords are constantly looking for ways to get ahead. While location and price are often the determining factors in a tenant’s initial property search, a newly renovated or refurbished property will always be attractive to would-be renters. Here are six easy ways you can make your…


When you’ve decided to sell your home, the last thing you want to do is spend money to spruce the place up. After all, whoever buys it is going to replace those outdated kitchen cabinets and grungy bathroom tiles anyway, right? “We’re often asked why any money should be spent freshening,” said Mickey Conlon, an…


Could the wrong shade of paint dampen interest in a home? As a real estate pro, you can point sellers in the right direction when they’re considering color updates. First, take note of palettes consumers tell researchers they like: The favorite color combos for exteriors are white and gray, beige and taupe, and slate and…

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