Consequences of Not Completing Real Estate CE On Time

Every agent knows that completing your continuing education (CE) classes is important. But sometimes, life gets in the way and prevents you from taking the courses as planned. If you’ve been too busy for CEs and the deadline is looming, you may be wondering what will happen. Here’s what you need to know about state […]

Property Manager Campfire Tales

People often say, “If these walls could talk…”, when considering the variety of experiences that a room has absorbed over the years and would now relate if it only could. But while talking walls are a purely hypothetical construct, property managers can speak—and do—about the wide array of experiences they’d gleaned over the years while […]

Peter Gray, Pyramid RE Group President interviewed on NTD

Click below to see the Peter Gray, Pyramid Real Estate Group President, speak on real estate growth trends in Tennessee. Americans are moving to Tennessee in droves. According to U-Haul’s numbers, the Volunteer State had the highest net gain of one-way U-Haul trucks entering a state in a calendar year. This speaks to a larger […]

CNN – Landlords Struggling

Over the past 30 years, Maral Boyadjian has built up a family real estate business consisting of eight homes in Southern California that she and her husband rent out. “Some people spend their money on a bigger home or better car or travel, but we live modestly,” said Boyadjian. “Whatever money we can put together, […]

6 Reasons Why Buying a Fixer-Upper Is a Bad Idea Right Now

Buying a fixer-upper and transforming it into the home of your dreams is hardly a new concept. Few people—especially first-time home buyers—can afford to buy a house with all the bells and whistles, so it’s common for people to opt for some version of a fixer-upper and make plans to renovate it in the future. […]

Getting to Know Rising Starr Horse Rescue ~ Peter Gray

Rising Starr Horse Rescue in Wilton Connecticut rescues horses from kill pens and other terrible situations, lovingly rehabilitate these gentle animals, and help them to live meaningful lives with dignity. Much of the care and labor is provided by volunteers in the community by riders and non-riders alike. I was introduced to Rising Starr by […]

Tourism in New York City Predicted to Recover Quickly: Real Estate President

When New York City’s economy fell due to virus lockdowns and restrictions, its tourism fell along with it. This year, around 22 million trips were made to New York City, a third of the 66 million trips made by domestic and international travelers in 2019. And according to NYC & Company, it won’t be until […]