Posts by Timothy Inklebarger

Bidding wars with Wall Street

Investors helped resuscitate the economy during the Great Recession, but their taste for real estate didn’t stop...

Brokerages Recalibrate: A Q&A with T3 Sixty President & CEO Jack Miller

We checked in with Jack Miller, president and CEO of real estate consulting and analytics firm T3 Sixty, for his insight into how interest rates are affecting the...

Navigating new-home construction sales

All bets are off in the world of new-construction home sales, where the relationship between builders and brokers often changes with the strength or weakness of the local...

Decoupling broker commissions could be coming

Agent commissions of the future could look much different than they do today, as a Department of Justice investigation into the issue of decoupling buyer and broker commissions continues, class-action lawsuits are advancing and associations and MLSs are adjusting their...

How to win the succession game

Real estate agents are developing more sophisticated ways to pass their business on to the next generation and creating ongoing revenue streams for themselves along the...

Federal Housing Finance Agency makes desktop appraisals permanent

It’s been a more than a year and a half of technological innovation in real estate in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the Federal Housing Finance Agency has decided to make one tool — desktop appraisals...

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