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The essential guide to real estate leadership

Read all five parts of Inman's first-ever guide for real estate leaders, based on hundreds of survey responses from industry rank-and-file and dozens Read more

The week in financial markets: Sorting noise from substance

The Fed met this week, concluding with Chair Powell’s first press conference and new projections for the cost of money. In any other month or year o Read more

Newfi Lending offers new program for ‘difficult-to-qualify’ borrowers

Newfi Lending, an online mortgage lender and portfolio company of global private equity firm Warburg Pincus, has launched Sequoia Porfolio Plus, a Read more

Renters who live in these areas would be better off buying

With home prices rising 6.6 percent year-over-year, it seems that renting would be the way to go, especially for residents of high-priced cities on th Read more

With a new campus, loanDepot tries to signal it’s a player in tech

If you ask mortgage lender loanDepot, its new corporate campus is the most exciting thing to hit southern California this year. The campus — for lo Read more

Real estate leaders gear up for radical meeting in the desert

On Monday a set of curious, smart and influential real estate people from around the country will ditch their office for the desert and the chance to Read more

Real estate daily market update: March 23, 2018

All the latest real estate market news ... Read more

Preview: Hacker Connect at ICSF18

We’ve all heard the complaints that real estate is slow to innovate and adapt when it comes to technology. Join us on Tuesday, July 17, at Hacker Co Read more

Spring Forward: David Smith on building appreciation and trust

We recently had the opportunity to chat with David Smith, an agent out of Langley, British Columbia, Canada. David generously shared with us his persp Read more

How a snowy spring is impacting real estate

Oh, the weather outside was still frightful in much of the country as the first day of spring came and went. With low inventory in many areas, there Read more