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  • Google’s big Bay Area housing investment won’t be enough
    Economists praised the tech giant's plan to spend $1 billion on Bay Area housing, but expressed skepticism that the efforts will solve the region's housing crisis.
    Jim Dalrymple II
  • Keeping It Real: How to organically grow your Instagram
    How do busy real estate agents grow an Instagram following? Listen in to hear this luxe broker's top two favorite apps for posting and tracking data on the social media mammoth.
    Peter Lorimer
  • Everybody’s working for the weekend: 4 tips for work-life balance
    With great schedule flexibility comes great responsibility. Sure, you set up your own schedule and don’t have a boss looking over your shoulder, micromanaging your every move. But you probably work more weekends than the average person. Here are a few tips for making the most of your weekend while still killing it.
    Dale Archdekin
  • 7 open house pointers that’ll get you more traffic
    In a busy market full of smart consumers, you only have a short window to grab buyers’ attention and get them into your open house. Here are some crucial tips for getting buyers in the door and keeping them long enough to fall in love with the home.
    Su Miao
  • When lenders reject US veterans, who you gonna call?
    NewDay USA has encountered controversy in its time doing business, but some brokers say that it can help veterans with traditionally low credit scores land reasonable loans. Veterans should just make sure that they enter the agreements with their eyes wide open.
    Lew Sichelman
  • Gary Keller, KW training scripts called out in commission lawsuit
    The lawsuit alleges that the National Association of Realtors (NAR), Realogy Holdings Corp., Keller Williams Realty, RE/MAX LLC, HomeServices of America Inc. and HomeServices subsidiaries BHH Affiliates LLC, HSF Affiliates LLC, and The Long & Foster Companies Inc. have violated the Sherman Antitrust Act.
    Andrea V. Brambila