Real Estate Policies
As the divide between African American and white homeownership increases, the National Association of Realtors is working to educate Realtors on discrimination and stimulate homeownership.
Though NAR has urged the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to extend the rule, the agency’s director would only agree to take into account disruptions related to the COVID-19 pandemic in managing the transition.
One home inspector weighs in on the difficulties of doing his job during the coronavirus pandemic.
Multiple listing services across the country are waiving or reducing fees and offering new services in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Will these innovations become permanent?
Small business owners could help keep their businesses running through a combination of Paycheck Protection Program loans and private loans.
Georgia joins states across the nation to allow videoconferencing in closings and notarizations.
As coronavirus advisories evolve and emerge from a number of government sources, real estate agencies are turning to their local associations for answers.
The COVID-19 outbreak has the association working overtime to bring relief and timely updates for real estate professionals.
While the association has moved to institute new rules around what to do about off-MLS listings, there are some who say it restricts trade and others who feel it doesn’t go far enough to force brokers to share listing data.
There are specific rules for what unlicensed assistants can do in Georgia. Check out our quick guide on what tasks they are precluded from performing.