A federal district court in Florida has awarded $2.7 million to the Key West Association of REALTORS® Inc. in its copyright infringement action against Robert Allen.
Massachusetts court orders jury to consider allegations that real estate professional had inaccurately described the property's zoning to the buyer.
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Attorney Scott Kossove discusses his NAR Midyear risk management forum presentation about reducing the risks for breach of fiduciary duty claims.
Real estate agents and brokers can now be fined for showing homes that are not up to code. "We have to hold them accountable too," says the New York City building commissioner.
Some are taking advantage adverse possession laws in certain states, squatting in foreclosed homes for free and trying to make claims for homes they don't own.
Ohio court determines that a salesperson was acting within the scope of her duties when she fraudulently induced a buyer to purchase rental properties.
Ownership of New York's 102-story landmark will be battled out in court this week.
Congress should focus on doing no harm to housing and America's 75 million homeowners by maintaining current tax laws for homeownership and real estate investment, NAR says.