Enacting strong regulation like the DoddFrank Act had far reaching implications for the cost and availability of debt for commercial real estate. In this report, T3 Sixty highlights …
The Rise of professionalism from 1947 to the early 1980s and its subsequent decline to the present day and has had a major impacton American business culture.In this report, T3 Sixty chronicles the history of professionals, or simply being professional and how that relates to real estate today and in the future.
The real estate industry is saturated with agents and there are now fewer traditional transactions to go around. In order to stand out in the market, there are a number of things savvy brokers can do, including using the Internet to your advantage, building a team, having a solid business plan, acquiring a competitor, trying a new business model, using a virtual assistant, and diversifying your business.
In the rapidly growing digital age, how consumers receive information is everchanging. Real estate agents and brokers need to move away from oldfashioned ways of marketing their businesses and listings and learn to use and embrace the tools of technology.
Internet presence is a crucial part of any agents success. And blogging is a good, inexpensive way of getting information across to prospective buyers while building relationships and generating leads.
The mobile revolution has forever changed the homebuying transaction and everything that comes with it. What used to take days to achieve can now be done at the touch of a button. And for an inherently mobile profession like real estate, tablets and other mobile devices can only affect positive change.
The 200 most powerful and influential people in residential real estate in 2016-17. The SP200 is based on a great deal of research. T3 Sixty analyzes hundreds of bios, annual reports …
The 200 most powerful and influential people in residential real estate in 2015-16. The SP200 is based on a great deal of research. T3 Sixty analyzes hundreds of bios, annual reports …
Residential real estate brokerages and the NAR have a complicated relationship.
The power of the consumer and the role of data have fundamentally changed real estate, management also needs to change.