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Week of November 27, 2017


Mandatory arbitration in consumer agreements is back
Mandatory arbitration is making a comeback.

Proposed tax code changes shake the housing market
Federal lawmakers may alter the face of the real estate market in 2018.

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New penalties for untimely reports by finance lenders
Updated rules for annual reports filed with the DBO.

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1. Do you believe newly licensed sales agents need to be legally required to train as an apprentice under a broker or broker-associate for a set period of time before individually handling transactions?

2. Does your broker rent desk space to a title company or encourage the use of an exclusive title company by closing the office to others?


How are restoration damages calculated when an owner removes a common boundary tree?
Get the ruling here.

Blockbusting for Exploitation [video]
A primer on anti-discrimination laws for rental properties.

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Streamlined approval for infill multifamily developments
New rules aimed at speeding up urban housing developments.

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Parking and conveyance rules for accessory dwelling units
Updated guidelines for accessory dwelling units.

Mortgage rates drive buyer purchasing power [chart]
Rising mortgage rates have caused a negative BPPI.

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CFPB’s future uncertain as director resigns
What does this mean for the housing market?

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