While COVID-19 is the leading disruptor of the commercial real estate market at the moment, the industry is preparing for even further long-term disruption from climate change. According to housing professionals, the rising sea levels, increasingly volatile swings in temperature and the routine occurrence of natural weather-related disasters— ranging from hurricanes and floods to droughts and wildfires—have forced brokers and investors, alike, to reckon with this potentially existential threat.
To celebrate Hispanic Heritage month, which ran from mid-September to mid-October, Realogy held several events, including a webcast that showcased several Hispanic members of the real estate industry. The Realogy webcast discussed inclusion and diversity, as well as the importance of celebrating Hispanic heritage and culture within the real estate space.
“We continue to celebrate Hispanic Heritage month and what it means for our industry,” said Realogy CEO Ryan Schneider.
ATTOM Data Solutions recently released its third-quarter 2020 U.S. Home Sales Report, which shows that profits for home sellers nationwide continue to hit high points despite the economic distress caused by the worldwide coronavirus pandemic.