In Mississippi, a controversial bill is moving through the state legislature that would give the state's Real Estate Commission sole oversight over home inspectors.
Arizona appellate court returns case to trial court to determine whether broker’s e-mails to her clients constituted an electronic signature.
A U.S. Court of Appeals has thrown out the rules adopted in 2011 by the Department of Energy to try to regulate gas-log fireplaces so that they use less energy.
Nevada court upholds verdict against licensee when the sale of clients' home collapsed and the clients could not terminate a purchase contract.
Iowa court awards to a salesperson the full commission amounts from transactions that she had under contract prior to her departure from brokerage.
After an investigation by the National Association of REALTORS® and several state associations, the real estate complaint site accused of posting fake reviews and seeking payment to have those reviews deleted appears to have shut down.
A Pennsylvania woman is taking her case to the state's Supreme Court in a lawsuit over a seller and agent who failed to disclose to her that a murder-suicide had taken place in the home that she had purchased.
Pennsylvania court determines that psychological damage to a property does not constitute a material defect requiring disclosure.
A Missouri court has considered whether a broker could collect a commission from a commercial lease transaction when the parties had agreed to a lease but had not fixed the monthly base rent.
A suspicious Web site that had been misusing the REALTOR® trademark has now been suspended.