Surveys

What is your opinion of your brokerage? We’d like to know your thoughts!

Are you happy at your brokerage? Thinking of heading for greener pastures? We’d like to hear your thoughts!

How is new construction shaping Phoenix real estate?

Are your clients looking for new construction? Have you sold new construction homes recently? We want to hear from you in our latest survey!

Survey: What kind of training did you receive as a rookie agent?

Could the industry do a better job of training new agents? Find out what other agents had to say in our newest survey on rookie agents.

2022 NAR Member Profile: Median Realtor income jumps in 2021 

According to the annual survey, the typical Realtor saw their transaction sides rise from 10 to 12 and their sales volume increase from $2.1 million to $2.6 million. 

How do Phoenix agents receive real estate training?

What did you expect when you entering Phoenix real estate? Once you were licensed, did you feel prepared? We want to hear from you!

How do Phoenix agents market themselves?

Which tools and techniques do Phoenix 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 Phoenix agents?

What are the tools that Phoenix’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!

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.

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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