Effective May 1, 2020, all multiple listing services will require that a listing is submitted to the MLS within one business day of the listing being publicly marketed. Find out about the rationale behind this new Clear Cooperation policy, how it will affect you, and why the new rules create a more efficient, pro-competitive marketplace
Landlords and property managers now have guidance from the Department of Housing and Urban Development to help them meet the requirements of providing persons with disabilities who require an assistance animal equal opportunities under the Fair Housing Act.
If you collect consumer data via your website or any other way, the new California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) could affect how you gather, store and share consumers’ personal information. In this video, find out if your business is covered, what’s required, and the steps to come into compliance.
The Fair Housing Act is more than do’s and don’ts, rights and penalties. Fair Housing protects your business as real estate professionals who depend on a free, open market with equal opportunity. In this video, get the tips and tools you need now to understand and comply with this important law.
Hosting overnight guests can be a fun, easy way for property owners to make extra income. If they aren’t careful, they could end up with a hefty fine. As a real estate professional, here’s what you need to know to serve your clients who might be considering a property to use as a short-term rental.
NAR has set up an automatic playlist for Window to the Law to help you ensure you have the most up-to-date video on your site at all times.
You probably already have a will or trust that distributes your real property and personal possessions when you die. But what about your digital assets? In this video, learn about a law that helps ensure someone has access to your social media, website, and other online accounts after you pass away.
Pending home sales rose while existing-home sales declined on a month over month basis in September.
Flood-related disclosures can generate a deluge of legal and ethical questions. What needs to be disclosed? How should you advise your sellers? What should you tell buyers about flood risk and flood insurance? NAR Associate Counsel Deanne Rymarowicz answers these questions and more in this month’s Window to the Law video.
Home sales increased last month and on a year-over-year basis.