Legal News Archive

How should neighbors deal with unruly tenants in a townhome community? Focus on the individuals causing the problem.

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A listing broker did not provide legal advice but got in trouble with the Code when they failed to affirmatively recommend the buyer consult their own attorney.

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The FTC’s rule will be effective beginning in mid-August. NAR is currently reviewing the rule and its impact and will provide updates.

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MLSs and brokerages seeking to be released under the settlement agreement must act by June 18, NAR said.

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Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac issued guidance regarding allowable interested-party contributions in light of the proposed Sitzer-Burnett verdict settlement agreement.  

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Read a special digital supplement of Realtor Magazine with important content that dispels misinformation and myths about the proposed settlement.

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A federal appeals court granted the U.S. Department of Justice authority to reopen an antitrust investigation against the National Association of Realtors. 

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Local and state government attorneys say the financial impact from the program changes have “crippling effects.” FEMA says the cost increases have been exaggerated.

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A listing broker allowed unaccompanied buyers to tour properties without the seller’s authorization. The broker was found in violation of Article 1, but isn’t this also an Article 3 violation?

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Many business entities, including those formed to provide real estate services, must comply with a new federal reporting requirement.

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