Real Estate Issues

 
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Industry Issues

NVAR stays on top of industry issues so we can provide members with accurate and current information about regulations and trending topics.
NVAR is currently active on these issues. An important component of the issues we look at is your voice. If you have suggestions for items we should be looking into please email us at govaffairs@nvar.com
  • Condo Act Right of Cancellation

  • Fair Housing

  • Virginia Residential Property Disclosure Electronic Delivery

  • Industry Competency and Professionalism

  • Real Estate Teams
  • Student Loan Debt Refinancing

  • Conventional Residential Lending/G-Fees

  • National Flood Insurance Program

  • Housing/FHA Condo Financing

  • Federal Tax Reform

Latest Legislative News

  • NAR logo
    March 29, 2019

    Federal Issues Updates: March 29, 2019

    Summary of federal issues being addressed by the National Association of Realtors®
  • Mary Bowen Signs Testimony
    March 27, 2019

    Realtor® Advocacy Saves Your Signs

    Under the new law, Realtors® may display “off-premise” signs on private property from noon on Friday until noon Monday.
  • Arlington county Virginia logo
    March 18, 2019

    Arlington Approves Amazon HQ2 Performance Agreement

    The Arlington County Board today approved the County’s proposed direct financial incentive to Amazon, an annual pay-for-performance grant valued at approximately $23 million, tied to the company meeting targets of occupying 6 million square feet of office space over the next 15 years.
  • advocacy business realtor
    February 11, 2019

    The National Association of REALTORS® Federal Advocacy Agenda

    As the largest professional trade association in the United States, NAR advocates policy initiatives that promote and protect a dynamic U.S. real estate market fostering homeownership and investment opportunities for qualified purchasers of real property.
  • virginia capitol richmond
    February 11, 2019

    Crossover Report: Realtor® Bills Sail Through General Assembly

    “Crossover,” in the Virginia General Assembly session happens when each chamber (House of Delegates and Senate) finishes their review, debate and approval of their own bills and budget items.