On Thursday, the Senate passed a 6-month extension to the NFIP, but the House extension is only 7 days
by Patrick Kearns | Nov 30
Proposed rules would allow homes under $400K to be sold without being appraised by a licensed professional
by Patrick Kearns | Nov 29
A GOP aide tells Inman action is anticipated soon
by Patrick Kearns | Nov 28
In some cities, most cash sales will have to be reported to regulators
by Andrea V. Brambila | Nov 28
The National Association of Realtors and National Association of Gay and Lesbian Real Estate Professionals weigh in on the plan to define gender as male or female, fixed at birth
by Marian McPherson | Oct 22
Opportunity Zones aim to incentivize building in distressed communities, but some say it could boost gentrification
by Patrick Kearns | Oct 19
Amid an uptick in 911 calls, a controversial homeless encampment where drug use is permitted will shutter
by Bryson Masse | Oct 16
If passed, the Fair and Equal Housing Act would make sexual orientation and gender identity a protected class
by Marian McPherson | Oct 4
The class-action lawsuit alleged Zillow defrauded investors by failing to disclose its co-marketing program was under investigation for RESPA violations
by Patrick Kearns | Oct 3
In her new American Housing and Mobility Act, Warren says she'll be able to close the supply and demand gap by 2028
by Marian McPherson | Oct 3
Eric Blankenstein, who oversees fair lending enforcement within the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, used N-word multiple times in the unearthed blog post from 2004
by Patrick Kearns | Oct 2
FHA issued new guidance requiring lenders to get a second appraisal if the property value appears inflated
by Patrick Kearns | Sep 28
The bill would allow homeowners 55 years and older to hang on to lower property taxes, but opponents — including teachers and firefighters — fear it will doom vital services
by Andrew Leonard | Sep 18
The Self-Employed Mortgage Access Act will allow self-employed and gig-economy workers to submit other forms of paperwork to lenders for income verification
by Marian McPherson | Sep 17
On Friday, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) charged the landlord with housing discrimination for a 2014 ad on Craigslist
by Veronika Bondarenko | Sep 17
Realtors are mixed on the benefits of publicly sharing the names of violators, while NAR leaves it to local associations to decide
by Patrick Kearns | Sep 12