Technology makes it easier for agents to embarrass themselves in another culture. Try to avoid sarcasm and casual writing – and don't forget time zones.
If you've not already completed the 2.5-hours of Code of Ethics training required for all Realtors that's due by Dec. 31, do it now before the holidays are in full swing. Here's how.
Research from a digital-risk assessment company finds that about half of all phishing websites use technology that shows fake padlock security to visitors.
Help clients deck the halls safely this season. Share these tips for tree-trimming and fire safety – like use holiday lights only when an adult is home and awake.
The credit-scoring company says its new program, Experian Boost, allows consumers to instantly influence their FICO scores by voluntarily adding data.
Starting Jan. 1, FHA loan limit caps rise to $726,525 in high-cost areas, while FHA limits in its lowest loan cap rise to $314,827 from $294,515.
A partial government shutdown will occur Friday if the president and Congress can't agree on terms. It wouldn't impact all federal programs, but HUD (FHA loans) and USDA (rural housing loans) are two of the departments under the funding bill.
A partial government shutdown appears possible after Friday, and since flood insurance expires the same day, a failure to extend NFIP could become part of that bigger story. What do you do if end-of-year closings are threatened?
Nov. starts were up for the month, though down 3.6% year-to-year. Single-family starts, however, dropped 4.6% as builders focused on apartments.
The company that oversees Fla. affordable housing money says the $30M "will begin the efforts of building affordable housing in areas ... in the Panhandle."
The ultra-secure tech could eventually make transactions more "accurate, efficient and reliable," but laws and education should come first.
The 2 groups agreed to develop a mutually beneficial relationship for their members to enhance global opportunities; 30 feXpro members attended Orlando event.
"More jobs" usually means a drop in homelessness, but a lack of housing has led to a 0.3% U.S. increase this year; in Fla., though, it's down 3.6% year-to-year.
Negative reviews are almost inevitable. Successful businesses will eventually be panned by someone who had a bad experience or misunderstood a situation.