Robert Reffkin argued coronavirus aid shouldn't be limited to W-2 workers. The National Association of Realtors has also said it is working to ensure aid packages to benefit agents.
Dozens of agents from across the U.S. and Canada shared insights Tuesday during Inman Connect Now. Overall, they described active markets that have also changed during the tumultuous months of the coronavirus pandemic.
Agents in the West are adapting to the new normal with Matterport tours, buyer prequalification requirements and by taking full advantage of the tools already available to them.
As Canada makes modest progress battling the coronavirus pandemic in most regions, buyers are using the opportunity to snap up the homes they want now, speakers said at the Inman Connect Now virtual conference on Tuesday.
During Inman Connect Now's Southeast Regional Breakout, agents shared how they're using the digital and analog worlds to thrive through the pandemic.
Panelists at the Inman Connect Now Midwest Regional Breakout session discussed their strategies for navigating the pandemic, how they're planning for contingencies and where they see the market headed next year.
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