Association directors take actions on Code of Ethics, MLS, and other policies—and approve three more years of national advertising.
From the REALTORS® Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo, May 13-18, Washington, D.C.
Real estate groups, including NAR, applauded the House’s vote Friday to prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity.
“While signals from the financial markets are flashing caution signs, the real economy remains on solid ground with steady job growth … which will drive up home sales this summer,” said Freddie Mac’s chief economist.
His hour-long speech was the first address to REALTORS® by a sitting president in 14 years.
NAR’s chief economist offers an upbeat assessment with only a few storm clouds, including uneasiness about the U.S. trade disputes with China.
The story behind a U.S. lawmaker's extraordinary connection with a Chicago broker.
Property managers risk fair housing violations when ignoring tenant disputes and cases of potential harassment by building workers.
Artificial intelligence is automating routine real estate tasks, but be aware of the risks.
Landlords give up day-to-day control over properties when they keep their identity hidden from tenants. But anonymity has its perks, too.
NAR policy representatives say political upheaval in Washington may translate to little action on tax policies that affect real estate.
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