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Circa 1990: What real estate agents need to know about the era’s housing styles

As the end of the millennium approached, homes became more about modern and contemporary styles, with a penchant for customization. Inman contributor Gerard Splendore walks real estate agents through architecture and home styles from the 1990s. Looking for more new agent advice? Sign up for The Basics, a weekly newsletter with everything you need to

By |2022-08-10T09:52:56-07:00August 10th, 2022|Technology|

Circa 1980: What real estate agents need to know about the era’s totally awesome housing styles

Looking for more new agent advice? Sign up for The Basics, a weekly newsletter with everything you need to launch your real estate business. American housing styles have changed, and continue to change, throughout the country and as homeowners’ tastes and lifestyles have evolved. As the country has undergone industrial and economic changes, both good and

By |2022-08-02T09:52:42-07:00August 1st, 2022|Technology|

Circa: What agents should know about architecture throughout the decades

The American dream has been homeownership for a long time, but boy have the facades and layouts changed over the years. American housing styles have changed, and continue to change, as homeowners’ tastes and lifestyles have evolved. As the country has undergone industrial and economic changes, housing styles have adapted out of necessity. Thankfully, Inman

By |2022-07-26T09:53:49-07:00July 26th, 2022|Technology|

Circa 1970: What agents need to know about housing styles in the disco age

Looking for more new agent advice? Sign up for The Basics, a weekly newsletter with everything you need to launch your real estate business. American housing styles have changed, and continue to change, throughout the country and as homeowners’ tastes and lifestyles have evolved. As the country has undergone industrial and economic changes, both good and

By |2022-07-26T09:53:51-07:00July 26th, 2022|Technology|

Circa 1960: What real estate agents need to know about housing styles in the 1960s

Looking for more new agent advice? Sign up for The Basics, a weekly newsletter with everything you need to launch your real estate business. American housing styles have changed, and continue to change, throughout the country and as homeowners’ tastes and lifestyles have evolved. As the country has undergone industrial and economic changes, both good and

By |2022-07-19T09:56:05-07:00July 19th, 2022|Technology|

Circa 1940: What real estate agents need to know about housing styles in the 1940s

Looking for more new agent advice? Sign up for The Basics, a weekly newsletter with everything you need to launch your real estate business. American housing styles have changed, and continue to change, throughout the country and as homeowners’ tastes and lifestyles have evolved. As the country has undergone industrial and economic changes, both good

By |2022-07-05T09:54:44-07:00July 5th, 2022|Technology|

Circa 1920: What real estate agents need to know about roaring ’20s homes

Housing styles took a sharp turn away from traditional styles with the introduction of Art Deco design, and a new age in home architecture came on the scene. Gerard Splendore spells out what you should know about homes from this period. Looking for more advice? Check out Inman’s New Agent Essentials. American housing styles have changed,

By |2022-05-31T09:53:55-07:00May 31st, 2022|Technology|

Circa 1910: What real estate agents need to know about four square homes

Looking for more advice? Check out Inman’s New Agent Essentials. American housing styles have changed, and continue to change, throughout the country and as homeowners’ tastes and lifestyles have evolved. As the country has undergone industrial and economic changes, both good and not so good, housing styles have adapted out of necessity.   In this new

By |2022-05-25T09:52:50-07:00May 24th, 2022|Technology|

Circa 1900: What real estate agents need to know about housing styles

With roots in the British royal family, Victorian architecture found expression in a wide variety of architectural styles, according to broker Gerard Splendore. Today, you will recognize Victorian houses by their grand scale, ornate exteriors and interiors featuring fine craftsmanship. Looking for more advice? Check out Inman’s New Agent Essentials. American housing styles have changed,

By |2022-05-18T09:51:46-07:00May 17th, 2022|Technology|
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