Congresswoman Nydia Velázquez introduced the Landlord Accountability Act on Jan. 3, on the first day of the 116th Congress
by Andrea V. Brambila | Jan 10
Proposal would increase rent contributions from tenants using the program, which affects some 4.5 million American families
by Patrick Kearns | Apr 25
Housing subsidies are going to wealthy homeowners at nearly twice the rate of low income renters
by Patrick Kearns | Oct 13
Although decision upholds RESPA’s exemptions for certain affiliated business practices, industry leaders caution that it’s ‘not a green light for MSAs’
by Amy Tankersley | Nov 3
Why are the mortgage and real estate industries watching this case so closely?
by Amy Tankersley | May 19
Some feel the bureau’s interpretation of RESPA is overly broad, while others say key questions remain unanswered
by Amy Tankersley | Oct 16
If apartment management won't enforce rules, take action
by Robert Griswold | May 3
Questioning landlord policies in 'unsubsidized' communities
by Robert Griswold | Apr 8