Agent News

Two tech tools to create your own 3D floor plans

Providing a 3D floor plan where buyers can virtually immerse themselves into the space is key to securing an in-person viewing.

Keller Williams launches new business-development programs for agents 

The brokerage’s new “communities” will provide its agents with specialized training, technology, coaching and referral opportunities. 

2022 NAR Member Profile: Median Realtor income jumps in 2021 

According to the annual survey, the typical Realtor saw their transaction sides rise from 10 to 12 and their sales volume increase from $2.1 million to $2.6 million. 

Signal Real Estate to launch brokerage in partnership with Side

The brokerage has partnered with the real estate tech company as it expands its brokerage-as-a-service model to Massachusetts.

Residential Real Estate Council to provide MoxiWorks HR tools through Broker Solutions 

The tools include MoxiEngage, a CRM specifically designed for real estate agents; MoxiPresent, a comparative market-analysis presentation tool; and MoxiHub, a brokerage intranet. 

Gail Roberts and Ed Feijo
Coldwell Banker’s Gail Roberts, Ed Feijo & Team named top-performing small sales team

The team came out tops in the nation for the fourth year in a row.

RE/MAX celebrates 2 million transaction sides at annual convention in Las Vegas 

The real estate franchisor’s 140,000 agents closed more than two million transaction sides in 2021 to become the first real estate brand to do so in a single calendar year, according to the company.

Jack Conway unveils new branding and team leadership

The new brand marries the modern vision and timeless values of its founder Jack Conway and remains a guiding principle for his daughter and President and CEO Carol Bulman

NAR donated nearly 3,500 meals to Americans in last six months

As part of an ongoing relationship with the Food Recovery Network (FRN), the National Association of Realtors provided roughly 3,475 meals to Americans in the past six months, according to a press release. 

What’s the future of Boston real estate for 2022?

While buyer preferences for more space — both inside and outside the home — remain and supply chain issues continue to stifle home construction efforts, other factors, such as the potential increase in interest rates, are expected to change the game in 2022.

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