The Waters Advocacy Coalition, of which NAR is an active participant, has stepped up its educational activities on the issue of "Waters of the U.S." by hosting a Forum for congressional staff on Capitol Hill and hosting a separate webinar for interested individuals and organizations.
Announcing the DELL Prize Package winner.
New Federal Guidelines Require Creditors to Provide Free Copies of Appraisals and Other Written Valuations
The CFPB requires lenders to inform mortgage applicants that they can receive a free copy of whatever appraisals, reviews, computer valuations and other valuation data are used in the transaction.
On Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014, the Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee Dave Camp (R-MI) released his long-awaited discussion draft for comprehensive reform of the tax code. In anticipation of the release, NAR sent a letter to all Members of the House on Monday reminding them of NAR’s priorities in tax reform.
The House is scheduled to vote up-or-down on an amended version of H.R. 3370, the Flood Insurance Affordability Act, during the first week of March
The broad-based “Commercial Properties Coalition”, which includes NAR and many other real estate and development groups, sent the latest in a series of comment letters to EPA regarding lead paint issues. This letter addresses a nationwide questionnaire in which the agency proposes to survey building owners, tenants and contractors regarding renovation and remodeling practices in commercial buildings.