New Forewarn app lets real estate pros perform background checks on their clients



The New York Post reports that a new application called Forewarn will soon launch. Targeted at real estate agents, the app allows them to screen potential buyers ahead of a blind meeting.

How to Have More Realistic Pricing Expectations When Selling a Home



An article in Realtor.com points out that pricing your own home can be tricky and that when it comes to selling a home, of course, everyone wants to make a profit. Many people expect to recoup the costs spent on upgrading a home but can end up with unrealistic expectations.

Making Escrow Less of a Stressful Experience



An article in the week.com highlights how the escrow period can be stressful when an offer has been accepted but the moment of moving in is still a long way off. However, the article outlines several ways to make this time less stressful.

Columbia South Carolina’s Brad Aull: Taking Stress Out of the Transaction



These words of praise are for Columbia, S.C., real estate agent Brad Aull and are just a small sampling of the glowing reviews his clients have sent his way.

3 Ways Real Estate Agents Waste Resources on Social Media



Social media has helped real estate agents generate leads, build better brands, and connect with prospects. But not every feature and function on social channels are worth your valuable time, money, and brainpower.

4 Ways Realtors Are Competing For Customers



Whether you’re buying or selling a home, choosing the best realtors will go a long way towards ensuring that the process is as smooth and painless as possible.

US Existing Home Sales Increase in May



Sales of US existing homes rebounded in May having declined in April, with low inventory levels helping to increase the median sales price to a new high while the median number

Realty 101- Advice For The New Realtor



If you’re new to the realty business, then you’re probably a little nervous to pick up your first few clients and begin working. These nerves are normal and a healthy part of becoming a realtor.

Why real estate agents shouldn’t fear being replaced by technology



The Internet has evolved into a wonderful resource for home buyers, and with new innovative technology, it’s fair to say the vast majority of them will begin their search

5 Reasons Why Real Estate Agents Experience Social Media Foreclosure



Real estate agencies who use social media preach about getting followers, racking up on likes and shares, and posting a never-ending stream of content. So why do you still fall flat when you’re doing the same surface level activities other agencies are doing?

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