Monday Minute

Upcoming legislative activity important to real estate.

Monday Minute: Week of February 22, 2021

Both the House and the Senate are in session this week. What issues should REALTORS® follow? Nomination of Isabella Casillas Guzman to be Administrator of the Small Business Administration (NAR to submit letter); lending discrimination for borrowers of color; coronavirus/rebuilding main street (NAR to submit letter).

Hearing/Markup Schedule*

Wednesday, February 24

  • Markup to vote on the nomination of Isabella Casillas Guzman to be administrator of the Small Business Administration – Senate Small Business and Entrepreneurship Committee
  • How Invidious Discrimination Works and Hurts: An Examination of Lending Discrimination and Its Long-term Economic Impacts on Borrowers of Color – House Financial Services | Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations
    Watch the live stream

Thursday, February 25

  • The Coronavirus Crisis: Next Steps for Rebuilding Main Street – Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee
    Watch the live stream

*Schedule is subject to change

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