Tenants who won a lottery to live at Fifteen Hudson Yards are suing the developer for violating NYC's 'poor door' ban, which bans separate entrances for low-income residents
by Marian McPherson Jul 23
People who lost income during the pandemic are finding it hard to buy their first homes as real estate prices grew faster than incomes, according to a new Harvard University report
by Daniel Houston Jul 23
National Association of Realtors: 'The Administration has publicly signaled a lack of understanding about the MLS system and the associated commission structure'
by Andrea V. Brambila Jul 22
New pop-up informs renters that it's illegal to discriminate by legal source of income in New York and New Jersey
by Andrea V. Brambila Jul 19
Real estate experts share how President Biden's latest executive order could impact real estate from licensing to noncompete agreements to antitrust lawsuits
by Marian McPherson Jul 19
After 6 months of easing, credit availability tightened by 8.5% in June
by Matt Carter Jul 16
Mortgage giants' federal regulator expects lenders to pass savings along to borrowers
by Matt Carter Jul 16
Agency letter offers first clue that the Clear Cooperation Policy may be part of a 'broader investigation' into trade group's rules
by Andrea V. Brambila Jul 14
Opinion
NAR has been fighting for commission while letting the industry slide in the public’s opinion. Here's what we should be doing
by Bret Weinstein Jul 12
The National Association of Realtors countered that the Consumer Federation of America's assertions are 'wrong and misleading' and 'commissions are very much negotiable'
Homebuyers have used these so-called 'love letters' to help their offers stand out, but critics say they leave the door open for discrimination
by Daniel Houston Jul 7
Late last month, the amendment to the Co-op Disclosure Law passed through the Westchester County Board of Legislators 15 votes to two, effective immediately.
by Libertina Brandt Jul 7
The US Department of Justice just backed out of an antitrust settlement with the National Association of Realtors, suggesting more legal wrangling is on its way
by Jim Dalrymple II Jul 6
The antitrust regulator said the trade group refused to modify the deal to protect the agency's ability to investigate other NAR conduct that could impact real estate competition
The suit alleges 36 real estate companies, agents and landlords illegally refused to accept Section 8 housing vouchers in New York's Westchester County
by Jim Dalrymple II Jun 30
Justice Brett Kavanaugh said the federal agency exceeded its authority but ban's current July 31 expiration date would allow for 'more orderly distribution' of rental assistance funds
by Andrea V. Brambila Jun 30