Welcome to our real estate resource roundup, where we’re sharing just a few of the articles that caught our attention this week. Have a great (and productive) weekend!
More Buyers Turn to Social Media in Home Buying Process
Social media, in particular, has emerged as an easy way to share or exchange information and ideas about a person’s home search.
How Apps Have Changed the House Hunting Process
Better Homes & Gardens® Real Estate president and CEO Sherry Chris and MatterPort COO Mike Beebe on how technology is improving the search for a home.
House Hunting? Download These Apps First
Sherry Chris discusses how apps take the dreaming part of house hunting to the next level.
#178 Today’s Consumer: Insights with Amy Chorew of BHGRE
Amy Chorew of Better Homes and Gardens discusses luxury, boomers, and the next generation.
Senate Confirms Julian Castro As Housing Secretary
The U.S. Senate on Wednesday confirmed Julian Castro to lead the Department of Housing and Urban Development, placing the San Antonio, Texas mayor at the top of the agency in charge of housing during a sluggish recovery in the sector.
No matter what happens in my life, I spend some time each day prospecting
Inman contributor Teresa Boardman discusses how while she has a busy life, she makes time for her work as well.
‘Internet of Things’ could be most disruptive to real estate
Joseph Rand of Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Rand Realty will hose the “Systems Setup” panel at Real Estate Connect in San Francisco.
5 Design Trends That Homebuyers Desire
Open and neutral, are just two of the trends for this year’s high season. Good ones to keep in mind.
The Biggest Hurdles to Home Ownership
Mortgage information site HSH.com polled homeowners late last year, and found that home prices and down payments were some of the top six biggest hurdles to home ownership.