The briefing also gave Capitol Hill policymakers a snapshot of how the racial homeownership divide grew deeper during the pandemic
Edward Pinto is a popular panelist at American Enterprises Institute Conferences (AEI): 10th Annual Housing Conference - Join AEI for the 10th annual housing conference...
ICE Mortgage Technology, a leading global provider of data, technology and market infrastructure, recently announced that MERSCORP Holdings, Inc., the mortgage industry’s national electronic loan registry, is expanding its capabilities to now include industry-wide, secure storage of Remote Online Notarization (RON) videos for lenders, investors, and servicers.
In a recent interview of Ed Pinto with Fortune’s Shawn Tulley on the current state of the housing market, Tulley noted that Ed Pinto makes the most accurate predictions of all the real estate world’s data-crunchers..
It has been three years since the filing of two major antitrust lawsuits against NAR and certain major brokerages that challenged the way real estate agents are compensated (the Sitzer and the Moehrl cases).
A variance is an exception to the existing zoning, whereas a nonconforming use (also known as a grandfather clause) arises when there is a change to the zoning but an existing use is still permitted to continue.
Without a doubt, my vote for the Best Book I’ve read this year goes to The New Grand Strategy by Mark Mykleby, Patrick Doherty, and Joel Makower. I know that Saul Klein and Terri Murphy join me in that vote.
The Securities and Exchange Commission today proposed rule changes that would require registrants to include certain climate-related disclosures in their registration statements and periodic reports, including information about climate-related risks that are reasonably likely to have a material impact on their business...
With respect to remedies upon breach of contract, specific performance is a legal action brought in a court of equity to compel a party to carry out the terms of a contract, whereas liquidated damages is an amount predetermined by the parties to an agreement as the total amount of compensation an injured party should receive if the other party breaches a specified part of the contract.