Real Estate Policies
The nationwide eviction moratorium put into place by the Centers for Disease Control last year last year will end sooner than expected, following a ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court.
It is the ultimate equal opportunity tax code provision because it provides an efficient and effective means for individuals to grow their wealth.
A new pilot program in Chicago encourages granny flats and basement units, but a recent rule change enacted by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac could make it difficult to secure home loans for buildings with existing ADUs and basement units that are not in compliance.
Housing secretary reaffirms U.S. commitment to closing the racial homeownership gap at a forum with NAR president and top housing officials.
Brokers may use their cell phones to make marketing calls and send marketing texts, if the cell phone does not have an app that will automate the dialing system.
The National Association of Realtors sends a message to members that it is working to ensure that the proposed Protecting the Right to Organize Act will not hurt their status as independent contractors.
“This historic vote is the culmination of nearly two years of community input, conversation, and hard work, but it follows decades of harmful policies and practices that impact Black Evanston families to this day.” — 5th Ward Ald. Robin Rue Simmons
The land conservation and farming communities need to come together and let Congress know how vital the like-kind exchange is to the future of our land and that it must continue.
The stimulus bill includes aid for state and local governments, new homeowners, small businesses and renters.
The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) opposes the change because it would raise taxes on the multifamily housing industry and on real estate investment partnerships.