Cuomo announced home showings would be allowed to resume, but the announcement has yet to be backed up with guidelines from the Empire State Development Corporation
by Lillian Dickerson | Apr 2
Real estate companies, trade groups and government agencies are offering resources amid the pandemic. Inman is trying to compile them all in 1 guide that will be updated daily
by Patrick Kearns | Apr 1
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is reportedly mulling a rollback of the state and local tax (SALT) deduction cap implemented by changes to the tax code under President Trump
by Patrick Kearns | Mar 31
The US Department of Homeland Security issued guidance to identify essential industries to critical infrastructure. California and Washington are the latest states to deem the profession essential
by Patrick Kearns | Mar 30
The 880-page bill signed into law by Trump on Friday includes credit protections, foreclosure moratoriums and forbearance on some mortgages
by Patrick Kearns | Mar 28
The stimulus bill, which includes direct payments to Americans and expanded unemployment, is headed to President Donald Trump's desk
by Patrick Kearns | Mar 27
The deal appears to provide direct payment assistance, expand unemployment and generate small business loans
by Patrick Kearns | Mar 25
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has already called for a moratorium on evictions at the epicenter of the Coronavirus pandemic. Now state and city officials are calling for a rent freeze
by Patrick Kearns | Mar 23
Members of the New York State Senate and even presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders have called for a temporary ban on evictions as the country deals with the deadly illness
by Patrick Kearns | Mar 13
Given the recent volatility with mortgage interest rates, real estate agents need to remember best practices in regards to advertising, which can include posting about rates on social media. Here are a few things to keep in mind so that you don't get yourself in trouble
by Jillayne Schlicke | Mar 12
The race for the Democratic presidential nomination effectively narrowed to a two-man race Tuesday. But Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders have very different ideas about housing
by Jim Dalrymple II | Mar 4
A change in Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation regulations will make it easier for iBuyers to enter markets in the North and South, according to home-value data platform Ownerly
by Marian McPherson | Feb 28
Coldwell Banker, Keller Williams, RE/MAX and Douglas Elliman are among the firms to receive subpoenas in the wake of a Newsday report exposing housing discrimination
by Patrick Kearns | Feb 28
The petition argues that the Clear Cooperation Policy violates the rights of homeowners and that it should be reversed
by Jim Dalrymple II | Feb 25
New York's ubiquitous scaffolding is the result of laws passed in 1980 and 1998. The scaffolding is meant to prevent falling debris, but it also comes with tradeoffs
by Jim Dalrymple II | Feb 25
In his State of the State address Wednesday, California Gov. Gavin Newsom made a call for the state to address its homelessness crisis and put it to the forefront of political agendas
by Lillian Dickerson | Feb 20