It takes a highly qualified real estate agent to perform at the level that some of the world's wealthiest celebrities demand. Here are the top ones serving Hollywood, according to "The Hollywood Reporter."
A judge struck down claims that defendants conspired to "fix," "maintain" and "increase" prices for buyer brokerage services, but allowed claims they sought to "control" prices to proceed.
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Washington Trust "vehemently" denies the allegations but joins a long list of lenders who have coughed up $98 million in settlements since the DoJ launched an anti-redlining initiative in 2021.
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No matter how much you love your job, stress can keep you from maximizing your opportunities while it undermines your performance. Broker Eric Bramlett guides you through implementing stress reduction into your everyday life.
According to new Inman contributor and attorney Renée Hunter, from cybercriminals to family members, property fraud of all kinds is on the rise. Find out what practical steps you and your professional network can take to put a stop to it.
If you want your tech to work for your team, you need to think through the process of implementing it and making it stick. Tech CEO Sheila Reddy offers a three-point strategy for making team tech fulfill its promises.