As a real estate agent, there are times that you struggle maintaining a consistent income. It’s nothing to be ashamed about, its the nature of the real estate market. Some months you’re closing deals left and right, and others can leave you worrying about staying out of the red. So what can you do, as … More Supplemental Income for Real Estate Agents
Buying a home is hard. The transition from renting to buying is harder. It is a daunting task to forgo landlords, and leases for mortgages and down payments. But don’t worry, we here at Rental Beast are ready to help. We talked to our in-house real estate experts to put together some tips and tricks … More Transitioning from Renting to Buying: A Rental Beast How-To
A how-to on helping out the little ghouls and goblins this Halloween! *** Just because you live in an apartment, doesn’t mean you can’t take part in all of the upcoming Halloween festivities. Whether you live in a large complex, or share a row home, you can still be apart of the fun. Get into … More Trick or Treating with rentals
In a recent blog post, we shared how Total Home Score can give you detailed neighborhood knowledge that allows you to impress your clients and build their confidence in your expertise. Now, let’s see how these scores work in practice. Live in your Broker Portal: Livability Scores Step 1: Start your search as you normally … More How to Leverage the Livability Score for your Clients
Somerville, MA – Rental Beast, the only full end-to-end SaaS platform in the real estate market, with a comprehensive listing database of over six million rentals nationwide, announced today it is integrating with Facebook Marketplace to offer home rentals listings. Rental Beast has access to over 70 percent of the total rental inventory in many … More Rental Beast is Integrating with Facebook to Bring Home Rentals Listings to Marketplace
In a recent report from the National Association of Realtors (NAR), agents and brokers did fewer deals and made less money last year. NAR’s 2018 Member Profile revealed that the median gross income for agents this year was $39,800 compared to $42,500 in 2016. This six percent drop is shocking, so what are agents going … More Agent income is falling. What’s YOUR plan?
As renting continues to rise, scams have also come to the forefront. In fact, 43% of renters have interacted with fraudulent listings resulting in more than six million people being scammed. The most common form of rental scam, according to this article from CNBC, is the “Bait and Switch.” This involves a scammer advertising an … More Protecting yourself from rental scams, a how-to with Rental Beast