New FAA drone regulations take effect
It's a bird! It's a plane! No -- it's actually a real estate agent preparing a listing
by Britt Chester | 20 hours
Facebook campus extension to offer affordable housing
Extended campus will include office buildings, a hotel and 1,500 housing units
by Kimberly Manning | 5 days
10 tips before entering the drone zone
When the FAA changes its regulations, here's what you'll need to know
by Brian Balduf | 5 days
Agent to Agent: Formally complaining about a fellow Realtor
What to expect when filing a grievance against a colleague
by Inman | on Aug 1, 2016
Good news: Realtors can now access the Closing Disclosure, says CFPB
A letter that NAR sent in June seems to have been heeded
by Amber Taufen | on Jul 29, 2016
Temporary restraining order granted against franchise in branding battle
Realty Executives International sued ERA Brokers Consolidated, FJM Corporation for trademark infringement and false designation claims
by Marian McPherson | on Jul 28, 2016
Bethesda Downtown Plan passed by Montgomery County
New plan would add density, new parks, bike lanes and mixed-use spaces to downtown
by Kimberly Manning | on Jul 28, 2016
6 new counties must report all-cash deals to FinCEN
The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network has expanded its LLC rules
by Amber Taufen | on Jul 27, 2016
Will other states follow Arizona in passing Airbnb laws?
How short-term rental regulations are impacting various businesses
by Peter Abualzolof | on Jul 21, 2016
Everything real estate professionals need to know about the Fair Housing Act
Five decades after the landmark law was enacted, it still impacts all real estate professionals on a daily basis
by Amy Swinderman | on Jul 21, 2016
New York AG is cracking down on real estate crimes
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's team built to support New York tenants and homeowners
by Kimberly Manning | on Jul 18, 2016
How to use like-kind exchanges to eliminate taxes on real estate gains
Eliminate capital gains tax -- forever
by Tom Wheelwright | on Jul 14, 2016
NAR asks Congress to think outside the mortgage credit box
The largest trade group in the country has requested that members of the House and Senate co-sponsor legislation to support qualified borrowers
by Caroline Feeney | on Jul 12, 2016
Court overturns Ashby Highrise neighbor's $1.2M damages ruling
Plaintiff residents are also on the hook for the court costs
by Britt Chester | on Jul 11, 2016
Short-term rentals no longer welcome in Anaheim
The city ruled out short-term rentals following a local outcry from residents
by Kimberly Manning | on Jul 11, 2016