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Real estate brokers and agents have countless reasons for entering the profession, but at the core, they likely all have one thing in common: they seek financial stability and potential wealth.
Financial stability is often table stakes for the most successful real estate professionals, but that doesn’t necessarily translate to wealth without clearly defining what that word means and having a strategy to accumulate it, according to Ben Kinney, co-founder of PLACE, Inc., a real estate technology firm.
After nearly two years of feverish activity in the housing market, experts at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices say the rollercoaster ride buyers and sellers lived through during the pandemic is coming to an end.
BHHS recently released its Real Estate Report 2022, which forecasts a strong but stabilized housing market this year, deviating slightly from the past two years.
Lone Wolf Technologies and the California Association of REALTORS® (C.A.R.) announced a new partnership that expands the association’s technology suite for its nearly 210,000 members. The suite integrates new member benefits for offer management (OfferPlace), instant client messaging (iMessage), and the top CRM in real estate (LionDesk) to the current member benefits Transactions (zipForm Edition), zipLogix Digital Ink® 2.0, zipForm Mobile, MLS-Connect, Forms Advisor and zipForm standard edition, the company stated.
Despite a red-hot real estate market and forecasts suggesting it will remain that way, investors have concerns according to RealtyTrac’s recent Investor Sentiment Survey.
Nearly half (49%) of respondents felt that conditions had grown worse over the past year, while 30% think that conditions have remained the same. Looking ahead, 43% believe that the market will remain the same during the next six months, while 31% believe it will either be worse or even be much worse.