With unparalleled 360 degree views of Manhattan, three stories of living space, and 16 rooms totaling an impressive 10,100 square feet, this one-of-a-kind “townhouse in the sky” made for one memorable finale to RISMedia’s 2014 Real Estate CEO Exchange. Perched atop one of the most prime Lincoln Center condominium buildings, the stunning penthouse offers a glimpse...

With Halloween less than two weeks away, we’re celebrating the most terrifying time of year with more Reader Rewards! Whether you’re a homeowner spooking up your space or an agent adding seasonal touches to a listing, share with us a photo of your home’s fall or Halloween décor. Post your photos as a comment on our pinned contest post on Facebook, and you...

With all that goes into constructing a new house, building a dream home is not for the faint of heart. Undoubtedly, one of your biggest considerations will be whether to build on a developed or undeveloped plot. There are advantages to both: because the home is new, it will likely boast modern features and energy efficiency, and be built to code and secured with the...

RE/MAX Executive Realty agent Bill Gassett is clearly doing something right. With 27 years in the business, and over 31,000 followers on Google+ and approaching 19,000 on Twitter, it's safe to say that Gassett is hitting it out of the park when it comes to social media. For many agents, mastering social media and social networking is a difficult task when faced with...

[This blog is Part 1 of 2 in a series about technology tips that will attract and please your home buyers. Stay tuned next week for the rest of contributor Andrew Fortune's top REALTOR® tech tips!] Technology changes the way we do business every day. Most of the real estate technology tips that I find online are directed towards helping REALTORS® with their listings,...

Whether you're simply speaking at an open house, addressing your entire company or taking over a panel, below are six ways to really rock your public speaking—and don't worry, I'm not going to tell you to picture anyone in their underoos. Create a speech map. Instead of (or in addition to) writing everything down on note cards, try associating certain topics you...

This blog was contributed by Home Advisor. Over the years your entryway gets a lot of traffic, wear and tear. As a result it looks old, tattered and in need of repair. If you want to upgrade your entryway without remodeling it, you need alternatives. Here are some affordable tips on reinvigorating your front entryway, large or small: 1: Repaint the walls and front...

Though social networking platform Ello made its debut earlier this year, the site recently gained traction among users fed up with Facebook’s mind games – specifically, a borderline obsessive policy change enforcing the use of government-recognized names on member profiles. Zuck and crew have since clarified the policy, but that didn’t stop disgruntled users...


For today’s buyers, finding that perfect home goes way beyond locating the ideal neighborhood that’s a stone’s throw from the office. With must-have lists that can range anywhere from a few items to those that are more than a mile long, real estate professionals certainly have their work cut out for them when it comes to finding buyers the home that’s...

It's been awhile since I checked in with our friend Dan at MowGreen.com - working to promote an offset to carbon pollution through environmentally friendly lawn care practices. Dan reminds homeowners that fall is overseeding time, and keeping grass dominant is great weed control. When looking for one of the best products for fall overseeding, MowGreen.com likes Pearls...