Author: Steve Udelson

  • How the Fed Funds Rate Affects Home Buyers and Sellers

    The actions of the Federal Reserve often lie outside the attention of mainstream consumers, but lately, this central bank has dominated the news...

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  • How Big Data and AI Impact Real Estate Transactions Today

    The real estate industry has traditionally been a relationship-driven business where agents and brokers control most of the process, from setting up listings to setting commissions. As such, much of the information behind each transaction lies with the associated brokers and agents, which is why home buyers and sellers often

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  • What the NAR® Ban on Pocket Listings Means for Real Estate

    The real estate industry often seems to thrive on exclusivity and a lack of transparency, with certain brokers and agencies gaining reputation boosts from having access to in-the-know listings, while certain properties gain the allure of being semi-private. However, as the term implies, exclusive listings can exclude others, which goes

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  • Are iBuyers Too Good to Be True?

    Are iBuyers Too Good to Be True?

    By Steve Udelson

    Posted on December 3rd, 2019

    In today’s digital, on-demand culture, consumers have come to expect that they can get what they want, when they want. This mindset not only applies to being able to order virtually anything from Amazon with increasingly short delivery times (sometimes even same-day) or watch shows and movies on their

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  • Key Real Estate Trends from 2019 That Will Shape 2020

    As 2019 draws to a close, we reflect on the significant trends that took place this year in the real estate industry this year, from rising interest rates to changes in how transactions are conducted, and also look ahead to its future influences for sellers and buyers as we enter

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