Former Move sales rep alleges he was wrongfully terminated for refusing to participate in what he believed to be unlawful conduct
by Andrea V. Brambila | Jan 11
The broker was also accused of forging the homeowner's signature and has been stripped of real estate license for two years
It's unlikely to be overturned entirely or prompt a subprime lending surge
by Matthew Gardner | Feb 16
Mortgage lender says court’s finding that CFPB’s single-director structure is ‘unconstitutional’ should stand
by Amy Tankersley | Dec 28
Prepare before you take the next step
by Todd Bryant | Jul 8
The Seattle-based firm frees up some legal headspace
by Caroline Feeney | Jun 6
Learn what you can do to avoid being sued by angry renters and employees
by Inman | Feb 25
Realtors must act quickly to save them
by Sam DeBord | Dec 4
It's safety and insurance for the buyer when it comes to loans
by Todd Bryant | Oct 30
Maps, permits and research professionals can give you the complete picture of a property
by Hattie James | Oct 19
It's protection for all kinds of situations you might not think could happen to your buyer
by Wade Vander Molen | Sep 10
Given how the industry operates, it doesn't seem very likely
by Brett Keppler | Sep 4
How to keep lawsuits from happening to you
by Ryan Ellis | Aug 25
Opinion
Compass is turning a new leaf on client-broker relations
by Robert Reffkin | Jun 23
Always be on your best behavior -- it could cost a sale or a career
by Bernice Ross | Jun 15