Housing group: MID a 'wasteful use of federal resources'
Introducing a capped tax credit and reducing MID-eligible mortgages to $500K are two proposed solutions
by Amber Taufen | Aug 16
Zillow Group and CFPB head into settlement talks
Legal action could have a 'material impact' on the company's future operations
by Andrea V. Brambila | Aug 9
HUD will fund $38M to fight housing discrimination
$30.35 million is reserved for organizations that investigate and litigate fair housing complaints
by Amber Taufen | Aug 4
Where is it toughest to build new homes?
The top city on the list is not San Francisco, believe it or not
by Amber Taufen | Jul 27
Quicken fined $11M in class-action appraisal lawsuit
The lender says that the law firms involved in the suit are 'predatory' and that it plans to appeal
by Amber Taufen | Jul 25
How bad could the appraiser shortage get?
Rising mortgage interest rates might cause short-term relief, but this problem is not going away anytime soon
by Amber Taufen | Jul 20
Zillow and photo firm take their battle to higher court
Rights to property photos have been the target of heightened scrutiny in recent years
by Andrea V. Brambila | Jul 19
HUD offering $2B in homeless assistance grants
Programs aiming to reduce and eliminate homelessness can apply for the grants through September 28
by Amber Taufen | Jul 18
NAR: Proposed changes to net neutrality could hurt agents
Without net neutrality, agents and brokers might have to start paying more for their websites to perform as well as they have in the past
by Amber Taufen | Jul 17
Could California YIMBY rescue housing in the Golden State?
Leading tech firms stepping in to advocate for homebuilding initiatives
by Gill South | Jul 11
Biggest TRID headache for agents has (hopefully) disappeared
The CFPB amended its rules to make it clear that the mortgage document can be shared with real estate professionals
by Amber Taufen | Jul 10
Purplebricks ads misled consumers, regulator rules
UK agency investigated marketing campaign that touted savings for Purplebricks clients
by Teke Wiggin | Jul 7
What should agents know about the latest health care bill?
The Senate plans to vote on the bill this week; here's what's inside
by Amber Taufen | Jul 5
NAR supports 6 of 7 bills to reauthorize flood insurance
NFIP is getting a slight makeover, and the country's largest trade association weighed in
by Amber Taufen | Jun 30
NAR letter urges HUD to focus on Fair Housing
A missive from NAR President Bill Brown to HUD Secretary Ben Carson outlines NAR's thoughts
by Amber Taufen | Jun 16