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Although real estate is an indispensable part of the American economy and people's lives, are the services provided by agents essential to survival? This might be a matter of want versus need.
Speculation, analysis and guidance ruled the week with the passing of the CARES Act, but what does it all mean for Realtors? In this Daily Dispatch, Brad is joined by NAR’s Bob Goldberg and Shannon McGahn.
After confirming that home showings were "essential business" to New York Realtors on Wednesday, the ESDC clarified on Thursday that home showings should be conducted virtually.
Mario Salerno is likely forgoing hundreds of thousands of dollars in rental income.
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The first virtual Inman Town Hall saw Brad Inman interview three industry pros on the topics of health, money and the future.
Time Equities real estate company working with tenants, banks to handle coronavirus economic fallout - New York Business Journal
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"Post a picture of your favorite thing in quarantine," I posted on Inman's Coast to Coast Facebook group Tuesday. With 140-plus responses, here are the things you, our readers, hold dear.
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The market started to show a slow down in the second half of March as the coronavirus outbreak settled in, according to data from realtor.com and Redfin.