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By Alex Lehr The recent death of legendary singer Aretha Franklin initially posed a quandary for her four surviving sons. Because she didn’t leave a...

By Eric Mendelsohn Welcome to my 2018 preview of the fall season for buying and selling real estate in NYC! Market reports and the media tend to be reactive,...

In the following interview, Matt Delhougne, broker/owner of RE/MAX Vision in Chesterfield, Mo., discusses generating leads, operating a team, and more. Region...

Schools are back in session, and amid the hustle to get lunches packed and kids on the bus, there's a real estate layer that becomes particularly in-focus...

By Eric Brandt What's worse than being hit by severe weather? Being ill-prepared for it. And, truth be told, most of us are frighteningly underprepared....

By Dorothy Schrager I've done my fair share of staging over the years, from small one-bedroom apartments to luxury high-end properties, from completely...

Between September 5-6, some of the most successful real estate leaders from across the nation gathered at the Harvard Club of New York City for RISMedia’s...

By Jeff Fung You're exhausted. It seems like house-hunting will never end and each home you view isn't how you envisioned it. There aren't enough bedrooms,...

By Keith Robinson, Chief Strategy Officer, NextHome Technology. Disintermediation. Agent-enabled tech. Tech-enabled agent. Portals. And on and on. There's...

In this month's Great Spaces, we explore some of the most stunning urban homes currently making moves on the market. Zsa Zsa Gabor's Legendary Bel Air...