The agent’s guide to crafting a winning unique value proposition
Your unique value proposition is more than just a catchy slogan, writes media expert Jeremy Knauff. It’s a powerful way to differentiate yourself from your competition.
Quality control standards for AVMs may cover discrimination
Proposed standards would include random sample testing and reviews to ensure a "high level of confidence" in the estimates produced by AVMs.
A 4-decade first, TopProducer rolls out lead-gen features
"Before coming to the market with our first lead product to connect consumers with real estate professionals, we wanted to create even more meaningful conversations for agents by enhancing our proven lead engagement technology," TopProducer's Kerm Foltz said.
ChatGPT plugin to empower Zumper search experience
Machine learning has been a component of Zumper's overall solution for some time, but its ChatGPT use will enhance consumer-facing interactions primarily in terms of search, according to the company.
Mortgage rates ease on debt deal, but jobs report fuels inflation fears
Friday's strong jobs report renews worries that the Federal Reserve is not done hiking rates to combat inflation as policymakers face June 14 decision to "hike, skip or pause."
Apartment at Jay-Z’s former ‘stash spot’ lists for $1.4M
The two-bedroom apartment at 560 State St. in the Boerum Hill neighborhood is in the building eulogized by the rapper as his former "stash spot" in his 2009 hit "Empire State of Mind."
UrbanDigs launches custom advisory service for NYC agents
Reports from UD Advisor examine listings and specific situations with hyper-local market data, relevant sales and custom analytics from UrbanDigs to provide agents with actionable, data-based recommendations for their businesses, Inman has exclusively learned.
SphereBuilder, another social media engine or something more? Tech Review
SphereBuilder offers listing marketing, marketing analytics, ideas for improving your online presence and a host of features to produce and measure digital marketing.
Airbnb sues New York City over ‘de facto ban’ on short-term rentals
The company says only nine of its nearly 40,000 units in New York have been approved under the new law — which Airbnb claims is meant to drive out short-term rentals.