Here’s a batch of articles we found this past week that piqued our interest, including Trulia’s survey on what 2018 holds for the real estate industry, what agents need to know about bitcoin and one agent’s tips on how to remain in a client’s memory.
Trulia, through Harris Poll, conducted an online survey of more than 2,000 Americans to gauge their thoughts on next year’s housing market. Among the (many) highlights: Expect the softening of prices, more inventory and lower demand in areas prone to natural disasters.
Everyone’s talking about Bitcoin. Instead of deciding whether to buy into it, check out what it means for the real estate industry.
The Federal Reserve raised the key interest rate for the third time this year on Wednesday, and forecasts doing the same in 2018. Several industry economists share their take on what it means for real estate.
A look back at what the Republican tax plan, natural disasters and budget cuts mean for the real estate industry.
Are You Memorable? Active Rain
Jeff Dowler, an agent in Southern California, shares his thoughts on how agents can stay on the mind of clients before, during and after the transaction.
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