Rental Beast, the leading rental data and technology solutions provider, today announced the appointment of Shawn Keller as Vice President of Technology. … More Rental Beast Names Shawn Keller as New Vice President of Technology to Support Accelerated Growth
As a Real Estate Agent, whether you are brand new or a grizzled veteran, you are always looking for ways to leverage your skills. You want to reach more clients, close more deals, and make more money. Sometimes it can be tough, as the market shifts and evolves; what can you do to capitalize? Here … More 5 Things every Real Estate Agent should be doing right now
Agreement will help increase network agent productivity by reaching first time home buyers early, servicing renters and offer a more innovative real estate experience. SOMERVILLE, MA – Rental Beast, the only fully integrated SaaS platform in the real estate market with a comprehensive listing database of over six million rentals nationwide, announced today it has … More Rental Beast Teams with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices
According to CoreLogic, new and existing houses and condominiums sold during this past month of September fell 18% compared with September of 2017. This is a worrisome trend for potential home buyers, as the median price for homes sold in September was $505,000 (3.6% higher than it was last year). With prices rising, and home … More RB Insight: Southern California Housing Slump
FCRA, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, comes into conversation in real estate during the application phase. This act regulates the collection of credit information and the access of credit reports. Passed in 1970, it was designed to ensure fairness, accuracy, and privacy of personal information during credit checks. All real estate agents must be … More FCRA Compliance? Rental Beast is here to help
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?