Real Estate Issues


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
  • 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

  • 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.
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    February 13, 2020

    2020 Census

    This year the census will take place beginning in mid-March. The census survey can be completed by phone, by mail, and online at from mid-March until June 30, 2020.
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    February 13, 2020

    Crossover Report: Realtor® Bills Approved Unanimously

    “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.
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    December 18, 2019

    Arlington County to Begin Missing Middle Housing Study in 2020

    The County Manager yesterday reviewed with the County Board a framework for the Missing Middle Housing Study, which is anticipated to begin in 2020.
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    October 23, 2019

    On the Watch: California Rent Control—Coming to a Locality Near You?

    Earlier this month California Governor Gavin Newsom (D) signed into law a measure that would cap rents throughout the state of California, a move that the real estate industry has warned could have dire long-term consequences.