Law and Ethics
Real estate opportunists are using vaguely written laws across the Midwest to target immigrants’ homes, a new report warns.
Deadly blazes in recent weeks have prompted calls for greater fire safety in homes and buildings. Here’s why dangers are escalating.
Homeowners elsewhere in the country would be wise to revisit their insurance plans to ensure they would be covered in the event of a disaster.
The lawsuit claims that the state’s new law violates the First Amendment rights of real estate brokers and their clients.
Implicit bias and the historically difficult path to homeownership for communities of color will be highlighted at the REALTORS® Conference & Expo.
Association says breach of settlement agreement undermines public policy and public confidence.
NAR’s new “Window to the Law” video exposes the red flags buyers’ notes to sellers can raise in a transaction.
NAR has advocated for additional funding to help further fair housing efforts across the country.
As a Senate committee calls a hearing on the PRO Act, which faces steep resistance, NAR continues educating lawmakers.
NAR reminds members of the dilemmas such letters pose as the practice, commonly used to win bidding wars, comes under more intense scrutiny.
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