Biggest Stories of the Week: Inman Top 5 (March 25-31, 2022)


Looking for a quick catch-up on the hottest stories of the week? Here are Inman Top 5, the most essential stories of the week, according to Inman readers.

Ahead of the Oscars last Sunday, Inman’s Jim Dalrymple combed through dozens of films — including a few killer alien films — to see what Hollywood really thinks of the real estate industry. It’s obvious readers enjoyed walking down memory lane with the silver screen agents (good and bad) of yesteryear, as this is our #1 story of the week.

Inman has created a comprehensive resource on ways to find inventory — from old-fashioned methods to more creative approaches — when it seems like there’s nothing left on the shelves.

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As homebuyers reel under the weight of limited inventory and soaring home prices, everyone is counting on homebuilders to tip the scales by increasing supply. However, the specter of the Great Recession and coronavirus-induced supply chain problems means that help – for builders and buyers – is a long way off.

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A new class of tech companies are responding to home inventory shortages by taking sellers to the edge of the MLS — and sometimes beyond — with off-market calls and more.

Your business is built on the habits and activities you cultivate every day, says Jimmy Burgess. Tackle the day with this curated collection of game-changing value-added tasks.

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