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
Here are 10 hypothetical situations to help illustrate how you can avoid some very real legal and ethical problems
The Department of Housing and Urban Development plans on rescinding the Trump administration's protections for lenders accused of inadvertent discrimination
by Matt Carter Jun 28
Buyer love letters can be fraught with fair housing violations, but should the practice be banned entirely? Educate yourself on the type of information you can and can't include
by Bernice Ross May 5
The president-elect of the National Association of Real Estate Brokers dives into the continued fight for fair housing and how the industry can help
by Marian McPherson Apr 29
Even earnest agents make false steps that end up in an ethics violation, a suit or revocation of a license. Check out Inman's handy charts to learn the consequences of 10 situations
by Lillian Dickerson Apr 26
HUD has filed the notice needed to reinstate Obama-era Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing enforcement rules, which were repealed in September 2020
by Marian McPherson Apr 14
Biden executive order directs HUD to review the effects of its repeal of the 2015 Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rule and weakening of the 'disparate impact' standard
by Andrea V. Brambila Feb 16
New York State Senators opened an investigation into discriminatory practices in the state in the wake of a groundbreaking 'Newsday' report
by Patrick Kearns Jan 27
Bryan Greene, NAR's vice president of advocacy policy: 'We feel we owe a debt and that the future prosperity of our industry and the economy depend on us doing this work'
by Andrea V. Brambila Dec 11
Landlords in New York, Colorado and Mississippi have evicted tenants or threatened to raise rents based on the 2020 election results
by Marian McPherson Oct 23
Denis Donovan, a rental broker affiliated with Village Realty, is accused of engaging in housing practices that discriminate on the basis of race or color
by Patrick Kearns Oct 2
Katie Lance interviews the author of influential book 'The Color of Law' to discuss the history of public housing policy, its effect on the ongoing racial discrimination and what we can do now
by Katie Lance Sep 22
The US Supreme Court Justice is being remembered as a champion for civil rights, including fair housing
by Andrea V. Brambila Sep 21
Among those who testified during a Senate hearing Thursday was Douglas Elliman’s Long Island CEO, Ann Conroy, who said the company did not discipline any of the 10 agents who allegedly engaged in discriminatory practices
by Patrick Kearns Sep 18