Watch this 5-minute video to learn about the protections afforded to foreclosed-upon tenants under the Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has fined four of the nation's largest mortgage-insurance providers for alleged kickbacks to lenders in order to win more business.
Pennsylvania court determines that broker violated terms of stipulation and so affirms award of damages to the association.
A Fannie Mae REO specialist is being accused of trying to arrange a deal with a real estate broker that he'd supply listings in exchange for a cut of the commission on the sale of the properties.
New York appellate court rules that sellers’ damages were not caused by the actions of real estate professional and therefore dismisses the lawsuit.
Ohio court reverses decision in a case involving a salesperson who incorrectly told the buyer that she could rent condo purchased as an investment.
NAR has received a number of inquiries arising from a blog posting about the federal Fair Housing Act lawsuit brought against Jeff Launiere, a licensee in Clearwater, Fla. Mr. Launiere’s posts have raised an alarm among real estate professionals that they could potentially be liable for the content provided by other MLS participants listings when it appears on the real estate professional’s website through an IDX feed.
"By encouraging home ownership, we can create jobs and grow our economy," Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn says.
It's been no laughing matter for one New York City man who could face up to 30 days in jail after a neighbor complained to police about the man's loud laugh coming from inside his home.
Here are just a few reasons why the mortgage insurance write off continues to be one of the most important political and economic initiatives in contention today.