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A disruptor, disrupted: Redfin announces furlough of nearly half its agents

A disruptor, disrupted: Redfin announces furlough of nearly half its agents


Redfin announced a massive staff layoff in a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing yesterday.

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Government-backed loan program is just the beginning

Government-backed loan program is just the beginning


Small business owners could help keep their businesses running through a combination of Paycheck Protection Program loans and private loans.

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6 things you should be telling your sellers right now!

6 things you should be telling your sellers right now!


Agents can move the ball forward with these tips on what to tell clients in unprecedented times.

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3 ways landlords can be a resource for struggling tenants

3 ways landlords can be a resource for struggling tenants


Being proactive and finding ways to connect renters with assistance can help property owners and managers stand out as leaders in troubled times.

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Santa Clara County Association of Realtors to provide training for members with AgentEDU

Santa Clara County Association of Realtors to provide training for members with AgentEDU


The Santa Clara County Association of Realtors has signed a partnership agreement with AgentEDU, a division of Agent Publishing, to provide online training, education, and certifications for its members.

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Flight to Florida: New wave of migration expected

Flight to Florida: New wave of migration expected


Florida real estate agents are preparing for a new wave of migration, post coronavirus lockdown, and they’re able to make it happen virtually.

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How COVID-19 may change the meaning of a lead

How COVID-19 may change the meaning of a lead


Real estate portals and iBuyers are changing the way they operate in the short term to cope with the chaos created by the coronavirus pandemic. But the entire lead generation system might be in for an overhaul, according to real estate analyst Mike DelPrete.

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Residential construction a bright spot in dire jobs report

Residential construction a bright spot in dire jobs report


The extreme spike in job losses in March are largely in the leisure and hospitality sectors, and keeping those workers afloat could be key to a robust recovery, according to economists.

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How COVID-19 is affecting rents in Miami

How COVID-19 is affecting rents in Miami


A recent report reveals how COVID-19 has impacted what landlords charge, as well as how current rental trends throughout the nation may fluctuate as the pandemic worsens.

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A disaster with no playbook: Experts seek to make sense of a COVID-19 recession

A disaster with no playbook: Experts seek to make sense of a COVID-19 recession


Miami Agent magazine is participating in weekly housing market webinars, led by Meyers Research Chief Economist Ali Wolf, to keep you informed about what’s happening with the economy and the real estate market in real time.

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