A proposed rule change would let smaller lenders avoid government data reporting requirements if they only make a few closed-end mortgages per year
by Jim Dalrymple II | May 2
The advocacy group hopes things like the 30-year mortgage and affordable credit stick around for the foreseeable future
by Jim Dalrymple II | Mar 1
Nation’s largest real estate trade group says Tax Cuts & Jobs Act has ‘punched a huge hole’ in incentives to own a home
by Andrea V. Brambila | Feb 14
President Trump announced the government will reopen for at least 3 weeks, but is that enough time to close stalled transactions?
by Patrick Kearns | Jan 25
As the longest US government shutdown in history drags on, the portal is hosting a contest to cover February mortgage payments
by Patrick Kearns | Jan 22
Expect gridlock with tax reform, HUD cuts, flood insurance and other housing policy
by Inman | Nov 7
Zillow's new head of government relations previously worked for NAR for the past 13 years
by Patrick Kearns | Oct 11
Shannon McGahn will take over as NAR senior VP of government affairs and Victoria Gillespie as chief marketing and communications officer
by Carl Franzen | Oct 2
The US Department of Housing and Urban Development had reportedly closed the investigation, but now it's looking more into Facebook's ad practices
by Emma Hinchliffe | Apr 20
Think tank ITIF’s public forum will explore ways to make the industry more competitive
by Andrea V. Brambila | Apr 3
We took a close look at political candidates and causes that get the most money from the real estate trade group and found some surprises
by Andrea V. Brambila | Mar 13
The president today announced he would subject imports of the two metals to 25 percent and 10 percent tariffs respectively.
A $300 billion boost in federal spending would inject $20 billion into infrastructure, presumably increasing construction
House antitrust subcommittee leaders sent letter to DOJ and FTC requesting probe into listing data
by Andrea V. Brambila | Feb 1
The DC Court of Appeals overturned the agency's $109 million fine of PHH Mortgage Corporation, but says CFPB is constitutional.
by Marian McPherson | Feb 1