Five states saw increases in the number of homeowners who fell behind on their mortgages, even as nationwide foreclosure rates remain at a 20-year low.
The National Association of Realtors' board of directors approved a slew of new policies Monday, including rules that will require agents complete ethics training less frequently.
"I’ve seen some investors change their plans because of these new regulations," David Lukan, a Compass agent in Los Angeles, told Inman.
Following a wave of headlines about open house-related crime, agents say safety issues are a growing concern in the real estate industry.
We asked, and you all came out in droves to share your best responses. Our favorite handlers from last week's Pulse survey include asking to see the other agent's math and emphasizing an ethical obligation to disagree.
Blast from the past: Analyst Mike DelPrete explains the seismic shifts shaking up the residential real estate market onstage at Inman Connect Las Vegas 2019.
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