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Real Estate – June 12 – Greenfield Daily Reporter

real estate The following real estate transfers were recorded recently in the Hancock County Recorder’s Office: May 11 CalAtlantic Homes of Indiana Inc. to D. Matthew and Sally A. Wiggins, 9680 Ridgecrest Lane, McCordsville, $369,370. D.R. Horto–Indiana LLC to Mary Kleinbub, 6644 Aberdeen Drive, McCordsville, $264,699. D.R. Horton–Indiana LLC to Jeffrey D. and Ginger K. […]

NAREB Black Realtors Meeting the Needs of Black People. Part IV

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When describing the word ‘ethics,’ it is not often that one finds meanings such as denial, discrimination, or segregation. In the 1924 Code of Ethics of the National Association of Realtors (NAR), however, such bigotry was imputed without illusion. Article 34, in particular, restricted the entry of prospective non-white homeowners into neighborhoods where they felt […]

Mortgage Complaints on the Rise! CFPB Says

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The overall mortgage-related complaints the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has received recently are at their highest level in three years. According to CFPB’s May 4th report, consumers submitted more mortgage complaints to the agency in March 2021— 3,400 complaints in total— than in any other month since April 2018. The complaints ranged from the […]

REBNY celebrates industry leaders at virtual 125th banquet – Real Estate Weekly

New York City’s real estate industry gathered virtually with City and State dignitaries on Thursday, June 10 at the Real Estate Board of New York’s (REBNY) 125th Annual Banquet. This year’s banquet, which was presented by Newmark, focused on the theme of “New York City’s Greatest Comeback” and highlighted the central role the real estate industry has played […]

Bills combatting discrimination in real estate head to Cuomo’s desk – Spectrum News

The New York state Assembly this week approved a package of bills meant to curtail discrimination in the real estate industry, several of which will be sent to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s desk for his approval before becoming law.  The bills include efforts to crack down on discrimination against prospective homebuyers who are people of color, […]

Trilogy Real Estate Group Named One of NAA’s Top Places to Work – KPVI News 6

CHICAGO, June 11, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Trilogy Real Estate Group, a Chicago-based real estate investment, property management and development firm, earned national recognition today as a top property management company in the National Apartment Association’s 2021 NAA Best Places to Work award program, which identifies member organizations that encourage employee engagement and performance and foster collaborative […]



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