The Portland City Council gave the public 2 days to comment on plans to change zoning in residential neighborhoods. Residents still showed up hours early to testify
by Patrick Kearns | Jan 16
Collin Clabaugh's parents both died last year. He subsequently moved into his grandparents' home in a senior community but is now being told to leave
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jan 15
First Street Foundation, a non-profit climate research organization, will share flood risk data with both academic researchers and the general public
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jan 14
In a new study, the Consumer Federation of America calls real estate disclosures 'confusing,' and calls out agents for not doing enough to explain them
by Marian McPherson | Jan 14
Opinion
Document and record everything: You'll be glad you did in the event of a dispute
by Summer Goralik | Jan 14
Vince Malta applauded the White House's proposal to 'modernize' a rule that governs an array of infrastructure projects, though the move also drew condemnation from the left
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jan 9
The National Association of Realtors' new action plan will focus on accountability and training for agents and comes amid an industrywide discussion about discrimination
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jan 8
A proposed rule change is meant to give local officials more flexibility, but critics condemned the proposal as an attempt to "gut" fair housing efforts
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jan 7
Housing hasn't been the focus for the crowded field of Democratic contenders, but that hasn't stopped some candidates from releasing comprehensive housing plans
by Patrick Kearns | Jan 7
A single plaintiff has sued Zillow, Move Inc. and Zumper in the past six months, alleging their websites are not accessible to visually impaired individuals
by Patrick Kearns | Jan 3
The FTC originally halted the operations of 13 companies accused of falsely promising consumers it could help them stave off foreclosure
by Patrick Kearns | Dec 30
Veteran journalist Keith Herbert was a member of the team that discovered widespread racial discrimination at play in the real estate industry on Long Island, New York
by Jim Dalrymple II | Dec 30
The bill, which would cover the entire state, doesn't prohibit the construction of single-family homes, but would allow for more middle-housing such as cottages and duplexes
by Patrick Kearns | Dec 27
The California Association of Realtors praised the passage of the bill, which lifts the cap imposed by Trump's 2017 tax reform
by Patrick Kearns | Dec 20
Amazon tiny homes, the bombshell buyer's broker commission lawsuits and all things Keller Williams were top of mind for Inman readers in 2019
by Inman | Dec 20
Steven and Kevin Shayan defrauded more than 500,000 Section 8 voucher recipients by asking them to pay for access to exclusive listings that didn’t exist
by Marian McPherson | Dec 17