Trulia warns of shrinking home inventories



A new report from Trulia shows housing inventories fell for the fifth straight quarter, pushing home affordability further out of reach for more Americans.

Digital Realtor Roundup: Memphis, Tennessee



On the borderline in between Tennessee and Arkansas, Memphis is the largest and westernmost metropolis in the state, and the largest on the Mississippi River. Here is a roundup of local Realtors in Memphis serving buyers and sellers.

Digital Realtor Roundup: Cleveland, Ohio



The Browns, the Indians, and the Cavaliers mentioned all in one sentence leads one inextricably to one US city. Cleveland, the host of the recent Republican National Convention starring billionaire presidential candidate Donald Trump, it’s slated to be the next boom town. Curious as to the city’s real estate businesses, I decided to take a look at the digital footprint of the best Realtors on the shores of Lake Erie. Here’s the rundown.

Chande supports view that potential lies outside capital



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Building in Russia: There’s No Place Better than Home



Here in Russia they say, “Every home in history began in a similar way”, so it was we decided to build our own house. This is how the story begins.

Did Dallas Agents Just Give Up On Digital?



New shifts in how real estate businesses reach their clients show us that “old school” advertising and marketing are still valid. However, branding and the so-called “billboard effect” in the digital space still hold great sway for converting leads.

Is India’s real estate market about to crash?



High prices, drying up of bank lending and government efforts to reduce black money could possibly result in a crash in realty prices in India’s metropolitan cities

Greece debt crisis sparks “buyers market”



Foreign investors are swooping in to snag cheap island villas in Greece as the country’s financial troubles mount.

Memphis Is Growing At A Steady Pace



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Why Should you Invest in Memphis Real Estate?



Making it even more attractive to investors is the fact that it’s a city of middle-class renters where 48% of the population rents.