Penny  Smith

Penny Smith


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Fredrik Eklund leaving ‘Million Dollar Listing’

USA Real Estate News-Inman - Tue, 2022-01-25 18:24
The Bravo TV star and Douglas Elliman agent says he is ready for his next chapter, with his business pulling him in exciting directions.

How to build a company culture that supports agent success

USA Real Estate News-Inman - Tue, 2022-01-25 17:01
Connect Now panelists from Century 21, The Agency and RE/MAX share how they offer technology and networks where collaboration is the norm.

What do homebuyers really want now? Trustworthy real estate agents

USA Real Estate News-Inman - Tue, 2022-01-25 15:20
Corcoran’s Stephanie Anton, Localize CEO Omer Granot and luxury broker Ilan Bracha discussed what buyers are looking for from agents in the current housing market during Connect Now Tuesday.

Battling Deep-Rooted Stereotypes With ‘Smart Growth’ Urban Planning

USA Real Estate News-RISMedia - Tue, 2022-01-25 15:04

Above: Asa Fleming. Photo by AJ Canaria of MoxiWorks

The term “affordable housing” often carries a negative connotation with it, one typically rooted in racist stereotypes. Changing that starts by changing consumers’ perspectives through education, says Asa Fleming, a REALTOR® with Allen Tate REALTORS® in North Carolina.

‘Busy’ Fall Market Fuels Double-Digit Price Gains in November

USA Real Estate News-RISMedia - Tue, 2022-01-25 15:03

Despite reports of a deceleration, experts indicated that November’s busy housing market continued to drive up price-tags homes by double digits, according to the most recent S&P CoreLogic/Case-Shiller Indices.

The organization reported that home prices climbed 18.8% in November, down from 19.0% the prior month.

‘Vulnerable’ Markets Still Retain Optimism for 2022

USA Real Estate News-RISMedia - Tue, 2022-01-25 15:02

While real estate has so far not only endured, but thrived in the chaotic winds of the pandemic, that does not mean housing markets are immune to economic damage caused by the virus. Even as job markets have made tremendous progress in recovering, other macroeconomic woes could spill over into real estate, especially in particular regions.

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