One of the accused agents, Rick Beaudin of KW Realty Livingston, says he's never met the couple, never received an offer from them and 'discrimination has no place in real estate'
by Andrea V. Brambila Jan 20
Rev. Raphael Warnock's and Jon Ossoff's elections have tipped the scales in President-Elect Joe Biden's favor. What does it mean for the future of his policies?
by Marian McPherson Jan 6
From eviction bans to redlining, zoning reform and the NAR Code of Ethics update, 2020 has been a year of reckoning on real estate's checkered past
by Marian McPherson Dec 31
The federal government now has more money for small businesses, though it may be harder for real estate professionals to actually claim it this time around
by Jim Dalrymple II Dec 28
The $900B relief bill is part of a larger spending package and includes rental assistance, eviction protections and direct payments
by Patrick Kearns Dec 28
The package — part of a $2.5 trillion spending bill — includes a one-month extension of the eviction moratorium, a $600 stimulus check and expanded unemployment benefits
by Patrick Kearns Dec 21
A Texas-based mortgage data and analytics company wasn't keeping its eye on a vendor that exposed tens of thousands of mortgage holders' personal financial information.
by Craig C. Rowe Dec 17
A National Association of Realtors source told Inman that the trade organization is waiting on guidance from government agencies before issuing any mandates
by Patrick Kearns Dec 17
Bryan Greene, NAR's vice president of advocacy policy: 'We feel we owe a debt and that the future prosperity of our industry and the economy depend on us doing this work'
by Andrea V. Brambila Dec 11
Jim Parrott, a nonresident fellow at the Urban Institute, said housing is 'not an abstraction' for the president-elect at National Association of Realtors' Real Estate Forecast Summit
by Andrea V. Brambila Dec 11
Fudge, whose district includes parts of Cleveland and Akron, Ohio, lobbied to become the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, according to Politico
by Patrick Kearns Dec 9
The brokerage is suing Oregon officials, including Gov. Kate Brown, for 'antitrust' practices, alleging a law that bans brokerages from providing rebates harms consumers
by Patrick Kearns Dec 2
The regulatory agency argued in a complaint that the move increases concentration in the rental listing space, eliminating the competition that drives advertising prices down
by Patrick Kearns Nov 30
Opinion
The National Association of Realtors launched a free interactive training platform called Fairhaven. Here’s my take on this virtual experience
by Lee Davenport Nov 24
Opinion
As the Moehrl and Sitzer lawsuits work their way through the legal system they now must explain why the Department of Justice settlement is inadequate
by Michael Lissack Nov 23
Opinion
These changes don't spell the end of anything. They provide consumers with information. Transparency, protecting your clients' interests and codifying best practices are all good things
by Jay Thompson Nov 20