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30+ Top Real Estate Blogs to Follow in 2020

It can be difficult to keep tabs on the pulse of the real estate industry since it’s always changing. For the less experienced agent, the thought of having to keep up with market trends, real estate terms and sales strategies can feel daunting and overwhelming. Luckily, the real estate experts who know the ins and outs of the business have taken their ... Read More »

15 Can’t-Miss Real Estate Blog Content Ideas

A real estate blog is an important part of any comprehensive investor strategy. Still, many investors have a few remaining questions: How will they gather ideas to help them create content? What topics should they cover in their real estate blog content to ensure they reach the exact local audience they want to? One of the best real estate blogging tips around is ... Read More »

6 Steps to Start a Real Estate Business in India: A Beginner’s Guide

The real estate market in India is one of the most promising sectors for starting a business today. From a size of USD 120 billion in 2017, it is expected to grow to USD 1 trillion by 2030. Yes, this sector is flourishing at a jet speed, thereby attracting people from all backgrounds to start their own venture here. It’s ... Read More »

Get real about real estate

The SC has done a great job by taking up the cause of homebuyers. But the buck must not stop here. Whichever party is elected should champion people’s rights In the aftermath of the Rafale conundrum and the Balakot airstrike, the Lok Sabha election season is in full swing. For the voters, media and psephologists, it is hyperbole and rhetoric for the ... Read More »

Despite Record Penthouse Sale, Manhattan Real Estate Market Continues To Slip

Uncertainty about the Manhattan real estate market led to the number of first quarter closed sales in Manhattan reaching its lowest level in a decade.  GETTY While hedge fund billionaire Ken Griffin’s record $238 million purchase of a penthouse at 220 Central Park South helped push the average sale price up nearly 10%, the Manhattan real estate market continued to soften, with the ... Read More »

Women In Real Estate: It’s Time To Break The Glass Ceiling

Woman have been selling houses for some time, but are just beginning to occupy seats at the top levels of the profession. GETTY Just think: when the National Association of Realtors (NAR) was founded in 1908, its membership was entirely male. The first woman joined NAR in 1910, but women struggled for the next half century to serve on real estate boards. Today, the ... Read More »

Telangana State Real Estate Regulatory Authority to crack whip on over 700 erring developers

HYDERABAD: The Telangana State Real Estate Regulatory Authority (TSRERA) has decided to initiate stringent action against those erring real estate builders from the State who have failed to register their projects. From next week onwards, two TSRERA teams consisting of three members each will inspect the real estate projects in the jurisdiction of Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) and Hyderabad ... Read More »

Tax cuts should boost Indian real estate demand, but many issues linger

A tax cut by India to help the country’s troubled housing sector should boost home sales, but by itself will not be enough to put cash-short developers on more solid ground, say industry executives. On February 25, a government body said the sales-tax on under-construction residential houses in April will drop to 5 percent from 12 percent, while that on ... Read More »

10 Commercial Real Estate Systems That Can Help Your Business

In recent years, new and evolving technologies have impacted the way nearly every industry operates. This is especially true of real estate, where tech has revolutionized everything from property listing databases to signing contracts. The members of Forbes Real Estate Council have seen a lot of disruptive commercial real estate solutions emerge during their careers, and many of them have leveraged these new products and methods to improve their business. Below, members discuss some of the technologies that have helped them get ahead. ... Read More »

This week in Houston real estate: Employment numbers, new iBuyer comes to town and more

Texas’ economy continues to hum along, with new numbers from the Texas Workforce Commission and the U.S. Department of Labor showing that 2018 ended on a high note. The state added 38,000 seasonally adjusting nonfarm jobs in December, the comission said in a news release. The state’s unemployment rate remained unchanged from November’s level of 3.7 percent—a 43-year low in the ... Read More »