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

  • traffic
    June 23, 2020

    Grantor's Tax Increase Effective July 1, 2020

    Effective July 1, the grantors tax in Northern Virginia and Hampton Roads will increase.
  • vote
    May 01, 2020

    Election Date Changed

    Considering the possibility of exposure at voting locations and the fact that no one should have to choose between their health and safety and their right to vote, Governor Northam has approved Executive Order 59 to postpone the regularly scheduled May Town and City elections.
  • wooden green house on green background
    April 21, 2020

    Localities Need to Hear from You on Accessory Dwelling Units

    Both Fairfax County and the City of Alexandria have released survey’s to receive community feedback as they seek to update and develop policies on Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs).
  • state capital
    April 08, 2020

    Town Hall Notes: April 3, 2020

    Your NVAR government affairs team continues to work tirelessly to ensure your business is protected during the pandemic.
  • virginia-capitol-richmond-laws-legislative
    April 03, 2020

    Realtor® Legislative Agenda Successful, Awaiting Governor’s Action

    The Virginia General Assembly adjourned an historic 2020 session in March just before the first executive orders relating to the Covid-19 outbreak. Governor Northam (D) has until April 11 to sign, amend or veto legislation ahead of the scheduled April 22 reconvened session.