Low inventory can exasperate the ethical rules for offer and counter-offer presentations.
On March 28, 2019, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (“HUD”) charged Facebook for violation of the Fair Housing Act stemming from its alleged practice of “targeting” ads based on recipient demographics.
The California Department of Real Estate (DRE) has been strictly monitoring and scrutinizing the use of team names in advertisements as it aims to unify enforcement of statewide standards.
It is common practice when dating documents to simply use the last two numbers of the year, however, police departments and other public agencies have warned the abbreviation of the year 2020 could lead to fraud on legal documents.
Happy 2020! As we head into another property tax season, it is important for homeowners, investors and real estate professionals to better understand CA’s Proposition 60 and 90 (Prop 60 & 90), which provide certain tax relief for qualified homeowners age 55 or over.
Happy Holidays! It’s nearly the end of the year, here are five previously discussed Legal Matters that real estate professionals should continuously be aware heading into the New Year.
The California legislature passed the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”), making significant changes to the state’s consumer data privacy law.
The CAR forms are standard real estate transaction documents created by the California Association of Realtors (“CAR”).
Reaffirming the longstanding and obvious procompetitive benefit of the Multiple Listing Service, the National Association of Realtors (“NAR”) board of directors voted 729-70 on Monday to pass a restriction on “pocket listings” and “private listing networks.”