Understanding the unique experiences and desires of each generation is a great way to maintain long-term success.
Looking past more front-facing factors can help you choose an agent that fulfills your real estate goal.
The pandemic accelerated long-term technology investment and stands to usher in hybrid workplaces of the future.
With employees missing the office and the rich culture of in-person work, the office will return — it may just look a little different when we get there.
Watching carefully for localized and national sustainability initatives could help bolster the impact of real estate investments within growth areas that are likely to emerge across the U.S.
If you were born to invest in real estate, then becoming a real estate syndicator can open many doors.
We are living in a time when the unlikely has become most likely and the viability of all properties is being brought into the light.
To get to a place where professionals truly benefit from a flexible work model like the 3-2-2, they’ll need to return to spaces that facilitate deep work.
With the costs of real estate rising in many areas, affordable housing is fast becoming even more of an uphill battle.
We have seen a rapid increase in the adoption of technology by Americans over the age of 65, and as prospects seek retirement communities, they’ll look for those that offer the latest technology, giving them comfort and peace of mind.