Sharon Rollins

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C21’s Mike Miedler speaks on the power of a ‘to-don’t’ list
The real estate conference season is heating up, as multiple real estate brands descend on Las Vegas to rally agents and brokers for what will undoubtedly be another challenging year. Century 21 is the latest brokerage to roll the dice in Sin City, with its annual One 21 Experience taking place in the Fontainebleau from Mar. 4 to 7.
Luxury forecast: What lies ahead for high-net-worth buyers in 2024
Recent luxury forecasts from Coldwell Banker and Christie's International Real Estate show optimism in the market, and plenty of demand for new technology. Intel examines their findings.
Feeling overwhelmed? Master these time-well-spent tips
Learn how to manage and control your time to avoid burnout and live a life that is meaningful, coaches Melanie Klein and Emily Bossert write.
NYCB’s surprise $2.7B Q4 loss rekindles regional bank fears
Worries about commercial real estate are making jumbo mortgages costlier, since regional banks are a major provider of loans that are too big for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Sexual assault complaint stresses Sanford’s ‘control’ over eXp agents
Judge finds four agents have plausibly alleged that eXp Realty founder and CEO Glenn Sanford attempted a "cover up" of alleged rapes by top agent recruiters in order to financially benefit.
Compass, eXp notch more big recruiting wins
Compass has recruited New York-based brokers Tom Postilio and Mickey Conlon. Meanwhile, eXp added Calgary-based Sahil Chhabra and his team to its ranks.
Scarce inventory, falling rates could boost home prices
In December, a Pulsenomics panel of more than 100 housing experts expected homes to appreciate by 2.4 percent in 2024. Now they're predicting prices will go up by 3.8 percent.
Mortgage rates ease for 2nd consecutive day on inflation data
The Federal Reserve's moves to trim $35 billion in mortgages from its balance sheet each month could keep mortgage rates from falling dramatically this year.
Using paid leads? Here’s the FCC change you need to know now
Whether your lead gen leans into cold calls, direct mail, door knocking or portals, Bernice Ross talks to REDX CEO Curtis Fenn to find out what changes are afoot.
Mexicali becomes a tiny home capital with new Samara factory
The accessory dwelling unit startup launched in 2022 by an Airbnb cofounder announced this week that it is taking its manufacturing operations in-house.
How far would you go to protect your buyer clients? The Download
The Consumer Federation of America, an industry watchdog, says that the buyer agreements you're depending on are woefully inadequate to properly protect homebuyers.
‘Selling the Hamptons’ is back — and the competition is fierce
Two new cast members make their entrance in Season 2 of "Selling the Hamptons," which premieres on Max on Friday. Season 1 vets Bianca D'Alessio and Peggy Zabakolas told Inman the newbies are ready to ruffle some feathers.
Contracts, crosshairs, commissions: Inman’s Top 5
Looking for a quick catch-up on the buzziest stories of the week? Here’s Inman Top 5, the most essential stories, according to Inman readers.
Here’s how Zillow’s new ‘super app’ is driving revenue growth: DelPrete
Zillow is diversifying its revenue along the transaction — what it calls its super app — and is outperforming a depressed market, Mike DelPrete writes.
Atllas’ model undercuts its best asset — its software: Tech Review
Atllas is a real estate brokerage that runs its business through a series of proprietary software products blanketing open house marketing, mobile web marketing, customer relationship management (CRM) and a DIY digital marketing center.
9 post-Sitzer questions we still don’t have answers to
Change always brings chaos and disruption, broker Cara Ameer writes. While many of these issues have been lurking in the background before we knew what Sitzer | Burnett was, they illustrate the work that remains to be done.
Try these 7 budget-friendly lead sources with no upfront fee
In a market where agents must be expense-averse, Jimmy Burgess writes, generating leads that only have an expense if money comes in can make a lot of sense.
Ditch the me-me-me approach to marketing and negotiation
Agents should embrace client-centric approaches that include making their marketing materials about the client, trainer Bernice Ross writes.
Sharon Rollins
Wish Sotheby's International Realty
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