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Which old-school interior design trends are making a comeback?
Many homebuyers are embracing retro looks that were thought to be gone for good. Find out which interior design trends are coming back by reading this READ MORE +
The tiny critters that are infesting real estate
Bedbugs might seem like a personal problem rather than a real estate issue, but don't let your assumptions keep you from protecting yourself and your READ MORE +
Trelora tells buyers to ditch agents and keep their commissions
An upstart, low-fee Colorado brokerage that is trying to blow up the way agents get paid has announced it'll support traditional commissions — even READ MORE +
Opendoor is using a $1,000 credit to nudge buyers toward its partner agents and homes
The startup is now offering a more prominent $1,000 credit for buyers who choose to purchase one of the homes Opendoor has for sale, whether they do s READ MORE +
CertifID will now cover up to $1M in wire fraud protection
CertifID, a company providing security and authentication software, just raised its customer guarantee to cover up to $1 million in losses. READ MORE +
How to work better with international clients
The key to working with international clients is understanding the cultures of their home countries. Getting it right pleases your clients and can ope READ MORE +
Trump admin proposes new tax-break rules for developers
The Trump Administration proposed new guidelines Friday that would create tax incentives for developers to build in so-called “Opportunity Zones.” READ MORE +
NAR warns government may crack down on real estate teams
The trade group warned that as teams become more ubiquitous, they will attract the attention of regulators. Already, 24 states have laws in place rega READ MORE +
Luxury Connect: The biggest news and takeaways
The industry's top agents descended on Los Angeles this week from all corners of the globe to network, make new connections and hear advice on how to READ MORE +
$10M Houston mansion most expensive foreclosed home in US
A Houston mansion with nine bathrooms and 15,000 square feet of space is now the country's most expensive foreclosed property, clocking in at $9.75 mi READ MORE +
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