Suits Keep Accumulating: Inman’s Leading 5 Stories Of The Week

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Trying to find a fast catch-up on the buzziest stories of the week? Here’s Inman Top 5, the most important stories, according to Inman readers.

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Las Vegas resident Nathaniel Whaley declares the National Association of Realtors, the Northern Nevada Regional MLS and state and regional Real estate agent groups conspired to pump up broker commissions.

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Class-action problems submitted by Joseph Masiello and Robert Friedman sign up with chorus of lawsuits across the country challenging trade group guidelines needing sellers to use settlement to purchaser brokers.

A Chicago property owner is the most recent to declare NAR policies totaled up to a conspiracy to keep commissions high for purchasers; @properties pledges to “intensely protect” versus the brand-new suit.

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The National Association of Realtors might be on the brink of a larger subscription decrease than it’s ever seen in the past– consisting of throughout the 2008 real estate crisis. Intel checks out why that is.


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