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Compass CEO Robert Reffkin calls on Congress to provide aid to agents
Robert Reffkin argued coronavirus aid shouldn't be limited to W-2 workers. The National Association of Realtors has also said it is working to ensure aid packages to benefit agents.
Black real estate agents call on industry to help break racial injustice
Agents and brokers in New Jersey, Minnesota and Kentucky called on the real estate industry to break down racial and economic barriers that disproportionately affect the Black community.
Voiceter Pro to permanently shut down due to coronavirus
The company was founded nearly four years ago and struck up partnerships with numerous well-known real estate organizations. But it was unable to weather the economic turmoil of the pandemic.
Inman explores the New Productivity this June
What productivity looks like for real estate agents this summer covers new terrain for all of us. All June, Inman surveys the New Productivity: the tools, skills and insights needed to make it work now.
Keller Williams creates task force to address ‘racial disparities’ at KW
Gary Keller announced the move in an email to all staff and associates Sunday as protests against police brutality and racism took place across the country.
Realogy is bringing back some furloughed employees
Realogy CEO Ryan Schneider told Fox Business that Realogy is "making other moves to meet the increasing demand we’re seeing in the market."
Expensive U.S. cities see rents fall amid coronavirus pandemic
San Francisco in particular has experienced a historic drop in rent amid the pandemic, though rents are also down in New York, Boston and other cities.
The power of community at work
Time and again, real estate professionals have stepped up to do their part when hard times strike. From natural disasters to economic downturns, we’ve seen it first hand: Amazing things happen when this community leans in together.
Some landlords got aid money. Many others were excluded
Smaller landlords form the "backbone" of the residential rental industry. But they have been largely excluded from the Paycheck Protection Program during the coronavirus pandemic.
When we are silent, we are complicit
St. Paul, Minnesota-based broker Teresa Boardman gives her first-hand account of the protests in her area following the death of George Floyd.