CFPB Proposes Mortgage Rule Delay
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is proposing a delay to new mortgage disclosure rules, pushing back the start date to Sat., Oct. 3.
Supreme Court Upholds Concept of ‘Disparate Impact’ in Fair Housing Claims
In a 5-4 ruling, the Supreme Court announced today that housing practices that have discriminatory effects may constitute violations of federal fair housing law, even if the bias was unintentional.
Report: Housing Outlook Remains Healthy
Cincinnati, Cleveland, and Chicago were singled out as the major housing markets with the healthiest outlooks in the nation, according to a new index.
Ariz. Agent Still Missing Days After Showing
An Arizona real estate professional remains missing one week after reportedly going to show an unknown property to an unidentified client near Kingman, Ariz.
Low-Income Neighborhoods Lag in Recovery
The housing recovery has lifted home prices in much of the country, but some neighborhoods – particularly ones in low-income areas – continue to lag and remain stuck in a housing crisis.
Calif. Moves to Zero Net Energy Homes by 2020
New building standards aim to cut energy use in new homes by 28 percent as the state steps closer toward its goal of zero net energy homes within the next five years.
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