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topStories Friday, December 14, 2018
Sprinkling the Holidays Into Your Listings
The season is upon us, and now is not the time to ignore your business—especially your listings—but rather, a great time to make it stand out. That said, here are a few tips to help infuse your staging, listing photos and open houses with...
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Buyers Are Calling on REALTORS®, Even With Listings a Tap Away

Whether you're browsing for homes out of interest or in the market for one today, chances are, you've logged on to look for...
The Fundamentals of a World-Class Business

We all want to build a business that lasts. After all, you likely didn't start your business with the intention of running it for a year or two. However, everything...
3 Ways Technology Is Changing Real Estate

From digital open houses to artificial intelligence (AI) platforms to bitcoin cryptocurrency, new technologies are taking over the real estate industry...
RISMedia Partners with NAR Center for REALTOR® Development and Learning Library to Promote Real Estate Education

RISMedia announced it has partnered...
Holiday Real Estate: Take a Look Inside Santa‘s Home
Santa's North Pole home has jumped in value again! St. Nick's estate is valued at $764,389 and Zillow, where the home is listed, predicts that the 2,500-square-foot home will appreciate 6.9 percent next year. Built in the 1800s...
9 Steps to Making Your Team‘s Offer Stand Out

Gift-Giving Guilt: Nearly Half of Americans Have Felt Pressured to Overspend During the Holidays

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