Century 21 agent Kay Wilson-Bolton explains how she gave up her life as a broker-owner to dedicate more time to ending homelessness in Santa Paula, California.
Vipin Motwani, an investor with Iron Gate Development in the Washington, D.C., suburbs, manages over 40 rental properties, and has seen the number of late rent payments grow exponentially in May and April due to coronavirus.
Additionally, nearly half of Airbnb hosts reported that they don't currently feel safe renting out properties, according to a survey by IPX1031.
In this column, real estate agents across the nation share stories of the lessons they’ve learned during their time in the industry. This week, find out how Long Doan has overcome overwhelming obstacles to realize the American dream — and share it with others.
Even in the best of times, buying or selling a home can be challenging. That's particularly true in the wake of COVID-19’s impact on the economy and how we live our daily lives. As homebuyers and sellers grapple with their new reality, technology can help reduce or even eliminate the friction that traditional transactions have faced for decades.
Shifts can shake even the best of leaders to their cores, but in order to come out successful on the other end, they have to pivot. As Gary explains in the first episode of season 4, pivots start by remaining safe and strong. Only then can we look after others in our personal and professional circles.
It can be a balancing act for agents to provide the highest levels of service to clients while also taking care of their own mental and physical well-being. Agents serve as trusted advisors during times of social disruption, and being informed and forthright are crucial components to any real estate transaction, especially as markets set to reopen.