Check out the latest changes to multifamily radon standards announced by the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA). The new standards will go into effect for loan applications received after June 30, 2023.
Meta unveiled its new housing ad platform to address algorithmic discrimination (referred to as a “Variance Reduction System” or “VRS”). All housing advertisements on Facebook will now go through the VRS, which will be expanded later this year to include credit and employment ads.
Every April, REALTORS® commemorate the passage of the Fair Housing Act of 1968 with events and education that shine a light on housing discrimination and segregation, and a recommitment to expanding equal access to housing.
Carter G. Woodson, a historian, author and journalist, launched Negro History Week on February 7, 1926. In 1976 it became Black History Month. Today, the Washington, DC home from which he accomplished so much of his work is a museum open to the public.
There’s no denying that global warming is one of the most pressing issues of our time and there is a booming consensus that decarbonization is the only logical way forward. This is particularly significant for the construction sector.
A newly published report about high earners and millionaire renters indicates that the American household is changing. With 43 million families living in apartments, the highest level in half a century, renting is popular even among high earners who are able to buy.
Brentwood, 12 miles from downtown Nashville, is home to a handsome three-story red brick mansion. It will go on the auction block on February 18th in an absolute, no reserve auction, meaning that any price for the home will be accepted, as long as it’s the highest bid.
The real estate agent’s job, perhaps more than any other, is to really HEAR the buyers and show them alternatives that allow their perhaps inchoate desires to find expression in the choice of the best home they didn’t even know they wanted.
U.S. stocks traded modestly higher on Tuesday afternoon after a volatile session in the wake of Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell's comments that inflation will decline significantly in 2023, though more interest-rate hikes will be necessary.