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Need to reset? Here are 4 tips for starting fresh after lockdown

USA Real Estate News-Inman - 6 hours 49 min ago
Now that shelter-in-place measures are easing up, it's time to rethink the unhealthy habits we picked up while in quarantine. Here are four things to implement for an effective work routine and life after lockdown.

What will stay, and what will go post-lockdown?

USA Real Estate News-Inman - 6 hours 49 min ago
During quarantine, most real estate professionals had to learn new skills and adopt some major changes. But when it's all behind us, what tools, habits and concepts are we going to keep forever, and which ones are we going to forget?

Pulse: What are you learning this conference season?

USA Real Estate News-Inman - 6 hours 50 min ago
With highly anticipated events going digital this year, we're asking our readers to share some strategies and lessons they've been learning virtually during conference season.

7 reasons real estate agents should work with investors

USA Real Estate News-Inman - 6 hours 50 min ago
Typically, agents are at a loss as to how they should work with investors or if they should even do so at all. But by using the right rules of engagement, agents can boost their income and grow their business. Here are a few perks of working with investors.

How can your team thrive through uncertainty? Focus on this equation

USA Real Estate News-Inman - 7 hours 5 min ago
Many people have a tendency to go straight into survival mode when crisis hits, but Kathleen Black is here to help you thrive, rather than survive, in uncertainty.

How to grow your Instagram audience as a team

USA Real Estate News-Inman - 7 hours 14 min ago
Mauricio Umansky shares how his team grew The Agency’s Instagram account to be one of the most-followed residential real estate accounts in the world.

Amid halt on foreclosures, zombie property rate remains constant

USA Real Estate News-Inman - 11 hours 48 min ago
The number of U.S. homes in the process of foreclosure that are currently sitting empty barely changed between the first and second quarters of 2020, due to the coronavirus-induced moratorium on foreclosures.
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