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Douglas Elliman launches new cloud-based tech suite for agents

USA Real Estate News-Inman - 3 hours 47 min ago
The company's new single sign-on portal called "MyDouglas" is a customizable and mobile-compatible platform that will integrate all of the brokerage's agent resources into one place.

Real Estate Professionals and the MLS: Key Players of a Pro-Consumer, Pro-Competitive Market

USA Real Estate News-RISMedia - 3 hours 52 min ago

Here is something real estate brokers know well: A home is the single largest, most complex purchase most people make in a lifetime. From the legal and financial analyses to contract negotiations, mandatory disclosures, inspections and more—there are a lot of layers to navigate from search to sale. These nuanced details and the voluminous information can be overwhelming for any consumer, but homeownership is absolutely achievable with the guidance, expertise and services of professional real estate licensees.

Proposed capital gains tax increase could lead to a rush of luxury sales

USA Real Estate News-Inman - 4 hours 42 sec ago
While much around the capital gains tax remains up in the air, its potential effect on the country's wealthiest residents is leading to a slew of questions being thrown at luxury agents from "extremely motivated" sellers.

Fannie, Freddie must curb appetite as demand for second homes soars

USA Real Estate News-Inman - 4 hours 35 min ago
Demand for second homes and investment properties continues to hold steady at more than double pre-pandemic levels, despite Fannie and Freddie being ordered to limit their appetite for loans backed by these types of properties.

Hybrid work, shifts to affordable cities likely to be long-term trends

USA Real Estate News-Inman - 5 hours 33 min ago
As many as 60 percent of companies may consider a mix of remote and in-office work, which would have major implications for the housing market, panelists said during a session of the Urban Land Institute's virtual Spring Meeting conference.
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