Housing inventory shortage could ease later this year: report

The coronavirus pandemic has thrown the housing market into chaos, but a new report from tech firm and brokerage HouseCanary offers a glimmer of hope: The ongoing inventory shortage may improve later this year. The report is based on public data, such as that from tax assessors’ offices, as well as from the hundreds of … Read more

LGBTQ+ Real Estate Alliance teams up with Asian Real Estate Association of America

The two groups will work together to combat discrimination and increase homeownership rates at a time of renewed scrutiny on discrimination against Asian Americans. Just as the LGBTQ+ Real Estate Alliance passed its one-year birthday, it announced Wednesday that it struck up a new partnership with the Asian Real Estate Association of America (AREAA). The … Read more

Millennials, baby boomers upbeat about current housing market

Most Americans are currently upbeat about selling a home in today’s market, according to a new survey, though only a minority of consumers think the market will actually remain strong for a year or more. The survey comes from iBuying behemoth Opendoor and was published in a report Wednesday. It shows that a total of … Read more

Pulse: Readers share their top 3 tech tools

This June, Inman’s editorial theme is Teams — we’re going to go deep on what it takes to grow your team amid this intense seller’s market. And if you’re not already a subscriber to our Teams Beat email newsletter, sent every Thursday, sign up now. Pulse is a recurring column where we ask for readers’ takes … Read more

Pulse: What are your top 3 tech tools?

This June, Inman’s editorial theme is Teams — we’re going to go deep on what it takes to grow your team amid this intense seller’s market. And if you’re not already a subscriber to our Teams Beat email newsletter, sent every Thursday, sign up now. Pulse is a recurring column where we ask for readers’ takes … Read more

The New Normal for listings is endless evolution

“The New Normal” is a multistory Inman series exploring what’s returning to normal after the pandemic fades and what will never be the same. Check back tomorrow for a new installment and join us June 15-17 when we take the conversation live at Inman Connect. When Suzanne DesMarais started her real estate career a couple of decades ago, … Read more

Connecting with Keller Williams’ CEO: On inventory and an IPO

The Inman community will gather virtually for Connect, June 15-17. It’s a powerhouse lineup of speakers, and our focus is on the New Normal: what business looks like on the other side of the pandemic. Let this conversation with one of our June Connect speakers serve as an appetizer, and don’t forget to grab your ticket … Read more

Pulse: What challenges do teams face in the new normal?

This June, Inman’s editorial theme is Teams — we’re going to go deep on what it takes to grow your team amid this intense seller’s market. And if you’re not already a subscriber to our Teams Beat email newsletter, sent every Thursday, sign up now. Pulse is a recurring column where we ask for readers’ takes … Read more

Pulse: Readers share the starkest difference in their new normal

Pulse is a recurring column where we ask for readers’ takes on varying topics in a weekly survey and report back with our findings. As more Americans receive shots in arms and the majority of states lift COVID restrictions, we’re beginning to see life return to normal — or a “new normal,” if you will. But … Read more

Pulse: What’s the starkest difference in your new normal?

Property investors rode a wild wave during the pandemic, with the short-term rental market stopping, then restarting, and property prices in many second home markets soaring. What does the future hold for new second-home owners and for managers of more robust property portfolios? We’ll explore that and more, all May long, at Inman. To say … Read more

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