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GTOs impose reporting requirements on U.S. title companies to identify the natural persons behind companies used in non-financed purchased of residential real estate.
NAR asked the Department of Labor for clarity and consistency around whether a worker is classified as an employee or an independent contractor.
The new rules include several changes that were championed by NAR as adopted in NAR’s Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) Modernization policy. The new rules must be adopted by January 1st of 2026.
The White House released a series of announcements aimed at expanding access to homeownership and helping homeowners struggling financially to remain in their homes.
NAR joined industry partners in urging the NEC and Treasury along with the Fed and FHFA to address short-term issues that have led to unnecessarily high rates.
NAR joined industry partners in urging the Federal Reserve to take actions to provide more stability for the mortgage backed securities (MBS) market in order to ease upward pressure on long-term rates.
NAR urges HUD and FHA to consider policy actions that would unlock a portion of inventory for buyers with FHA-insured loans.
NAR has submitted comments on the EPA's proposed regulations to strengthen requirements for the removal of lead-based paint dust in homes and childcare facilities built before 1978.
This legislation creates a safe harbor for financial institutions in states that have legalized cannabis to accept funds derived from cannabis businesses. Learn more.
NAR is working hard to ensure that the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) is reauthorized on time, as a lapse would delay the issuance of new flood insurance policies during hurricane season.
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