Opinion
As Realtors, we are responsible for ensuring that our actions do not unintentionally discriminate against any individual or group. Unfortunately, unintentional discrimination can be challenging to identify and even more difficult to avoid
Discrimination, mortgage readiness and affordability continue to be significant hurdles for Asian American and Pacific Islander communities, according to new report released Wednesday
by Marian McPherson May 12
Redfin has reached a settlement with the National Fair Housing Alliance in its discrimination case after nearly 2 years. The brokerage will pay $4M along with making several policy changes
by Marian McPherson May 2
Tenisha Tate-Austin and Paul Austin filed suit against Janette Miller of Miller & Perotti Real Estate Appraisals, who they allege devalued their Sausalito, California, home based on race
Broker and agent license fees and fines will go toward a new Anti-Discrimination in Housing Fund for fair housing testing
by Andrea V. Brambila Dec 29
Real estate's premier luxury agent argues that the Clear Cooperation Policy is 'authoritarian' and accomplishes the opposite of its stated intent in an exclusive interview with Inman
by Andrea V. Brambila Dec 17
Property managers' lack of response to applicants of color contributes to housing segregation by race, according to a new study by the National Bureau of Economic Research
5 housing experts explain how pocket listings impact the struggle for equity and inclusion in US housing stock, creating de facto segregation
by Marian McPherson Nov 2
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
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
Pride Month is a great time for all of our industry to join with us and become allies in the community, while making sure LGBTQ+ homebuyers have the same housing opportunities as everyone else
The scholarship is named after developer John W. Baird, who championed fair housing when it was unpopular in the real estate industry to do so
by Andrea V. Brambila Apr 29
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has filed the notice needed to reinstate Obama-era Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing enforcement rules, which were repealed in September 2020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
The New York Department of State has launched 132 investigations into housing bias, which include allegations from Newsday's 'Long Island Divided' report
by Marian McPherson Apr 12
Opinion
In the first of its kind, Evanston, Illinois, has created a reparations program that seeks to begin the process of redressing harm from the housing industry. Let's talk about reparations and Evanston's groundbreaking initiative
by Lee Davenport Mar 31