How do Seattle agents market themselves?

Which tools and techniques do Seattle agents use to market their listings? Has the lack of inventory changed the way you market? We want to hear from you!

What’s the must-have tech for Seattle brokers?

What are the tools that Seattle’s agents and brokers can’t live without? From marketing and social media to lead generation and sales, we want to hear your how you utilize technology our new survey!

Take our 2022 Truth About Agents survey

How much are you earning? Are you confident in the Seattle housing market? We want to know! Lend your voice to our annual reader survey.

What do agents want from brokerage technology? @properties Christie’s International Real Estate investigates

@properties Christie’s International Real Estate has released the findings of a new survey focused on brokerage technology.

Agents nationwide expect resale home prices to rise 7% in 2022

In Seattle, 33% of agents surveyed said they expect resale transactions to increase by at least 10% in 2022.

What does it take to be a top producer? Seattle real estate brokers weigh in

Survey results show how Seattle brokers define top producers and whether it matters to clients that a broker is in that category.

What does it take to make it as a top producer?

Are you a top producing real estate broker? Do you work with any top producers? We want to hear from you on what it takes to make it to the upper echelon of the Seattle residential real estate industry.

King County residents cite high housing costs as No. 1 reason to relocate

More than half of King County residents plan to move out of the area in the next five years, according to a recent survey conducted by DHM Research and Quinn Thomas. 

Eviction crisis unfolds as courts process backlog of filed cases

Eviction filings are rising as millions of Americans are being forced from their homes months after lawmakers allowed the federally imposed eviction moratorium to expire. 

Survey: Millennial homeowners most burdened by debt, homeownership costs

Millennials are at the greatest risk of becoming house-rich and cash-poor as the generation is spending the highest percentage of their monthly income on homeownership costs compared to other generations, according to a new Hometap report.

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