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Real estate daily market update: April 25, 2018

Real estate daily market update: April 25, 2018

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Is Gmail’s new ‘confidential mode’ perfect for real estate agents?

Is Gmail’s new ‘confidential mode’ perfect for real estate agents?

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Google just debuted a major upgrade to Gmail — and its features could be perfect for real estate. The new Gmail, announced by Google in a blog post Wednesday comes with “confidential mode.” The settings will allow Gmail users to unsend emails, set expiration dates on emails and require a passcode sent via SMS to […]

Compass acquires Chicago’s Conlon Real Estate

Compass acquires Chicago’s Conlon Real Estate

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The acquisition of Conlon Real Estate, founded in 2009 and formerly of Christie’s, will bring Compass’s agent count in Chicago up to 300 agents and a sales volume in 2017 of $600 million, the New York-based brokerage said today in a press statement.

HUD proposes major overhaul of Section 8, tripling rent for low-income families

HUD proposes major overhaul of Section 8, tripling rent for low-income families

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U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) officials on Wednesday proposed a major overhaul to the country’s Section 8 voucher program and the low-income rental subsidies that affect 4.5 million American families.