Got milk? Thirsty agent fined $15K for drinking homesellers' milk
Mike Rose told Canadian regulators in British Columbia he was on a new medication that made him 'unusually dehydrated.' But does that justify drinking his clients' milk, straight from the jug?
Clarence Thomas claimed rental income from closed real estate firm
The Supreme Court justice claimed hundreds of thousands in income from a real estate company that was dissolved in 2006, according to yet another inquiry into Thomas's financial disclosures
by Daniel Houston Apr 17
Lazy homesellers are skipping repairs and cashing out — for now
Thanks to high demand and low supply, sellers don't have to do much to their homes to attract buyers — and often don't. But that could change, real estate agents told Inman
by Libertina Brandt Aug 5
Real estate empire to non-union employees: Get vaxxed or be fired
The Durst Organization, which develops, owns and manages commercial and residential properties across New York, will require non-union employees to be vaccinated by Sept. 6
by Libertina Brandt Jul 29
Nation's first reparations program targets Black homeowners, buyers
The funds, for which Black residents of Evanston between 1919 and 1969 qualify, can be used for various housing costs, like a down payment, home improvements and late penalties
by Lillian Dickerson Mar 23
The federal eviction ban is about to expire. What happens next?
Although there's hope a relief bill will be passed that includes a 1-month extension, if the moratorium is allowed to expire, as many as 40M renters might be at risk of eviction
by Lillian Dickerson Dec 15
Landlords threaten to raise tenants' rent if Biden wins in November
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
Landlords, lobbyists launch legal battle against eviction moratorium
In the wake of the Trump administration's federal moratorium on evictions, landlords, apartment owners and housing industry groups have issued legal challenges against the order, leaving millions of renters in a precarious position
by Lillian Dickerson Oct 13
Social media influencer drops $24.5M on flashy Miami mansion
Douglas Elliman agents Eloy Carmenate and Mick Duchon represented both the sellers and the buyer
Renters' leases going up in smoke as legislators crack down on cigarettes
Low-income renters are being unjustly evicted as landlords fail to correctly implement HUD's smoke-free policy, according to a Washington Post report
by Marian McPherson Feb 12
Locals, not Amazon workers, are buying property near HQ2
The company’s decision to come to northern Virginia has been rocking housing prices in the area
After tearing down his own historic home, developer is ordered to build an exact replica
City planners called developer Ross Johnston's decision to raze his own home an 'illegal demolition'