Coalition Letter on Rental Assistance Improvements

September, 17 2021

While NAR supports efforts to improve and speed up Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) funding disbursement, it opposes the requirement in the bill that housing providers not evict a tenant for an additional 120-days after applying for rental assistance on their behalf.

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Administration Vaccine Requirements and Updates for Businesses

September, 10 2021

A rule requested by President Biden would require all private sector employers with more than 100 employees to ensure their workforce is fully vaccinated or require any workers who remain unvaccinated to submit to weekly testing.

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Proposed Limitations on Real Estate Investment

September, 9 2021

In a letter to Congress, NAR expressed concerns on tax proposals that could negatively impact the health of the commercial real estate market and limit the production of affordable rental housing.

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Coronavirus Relief Benefits Expire on Labor Day Weekend

September, 6 2021

Many federal unemployment benefits were set to expire on On Labor Day weekend as the current economic recovery continues.

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HUD-FHFA Initiative on Housing Supply

September, 2 2021

Check out the joint effort by HUD and FHFA to create, preserve, and sell as many as 100k housing units to homeowners and non-profits over the next three years.

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NAR Comments on HUD's Proposed Disparate Impact Rule

August, 27 2021

The proposed rule would reinstate HUD’s 2013 rule, which recognized that the Fair Housing Act prohibits disparate impact discrimination.

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Supreme Court Holds in Favor of Housing Providers

August, 27 2021

In a 6-3 ruling, the Supreme Court held that specific Congressional authorization was necessary for a federal eviction moratorium to continue.

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NAR Supports Legislative Proposal to Change CFPB Leadership Structure

August, 27 2021

NAR supports legislation that would change the governance leadership structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) from a single director to a five-person, bipartisan commission.

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