Matthew Speakman on what’s driving homebuyer demand

Zillow Economist Speakman explains what Zillow’s recent report on homebuyer demand tell us about the current state of the housing market.

Record low mortgage rates hold steady at 2.72%

This is the second week in a row rates have sat at the lowest recorded level in the survey’s near 50-year history.

What Yellen as Treasury Secretary would mean for housing

Experts weigh in on former Fed Chair’s possible impact on GSE reform and how she could jumpstart the economy.

Building the one-touch digital mortgage

As Katherine Campbell drives toward a one-touch mortgage, she’s taking time to share what she has learned along the way.

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Online accessibility for housing dives deeper than ADA

How to improve your digital accessibility in this most important time

ADA

You have just learned of a lawsuit filed against your company for several violations about something you never anticipated would be an issue – the design of your website. 

The suit alleges federal and state discrimination violations and seeks statutory damages, compensatory damages, punitive damages, and attorneys’ fees. It cites several laws being violated such as the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Fair Housing Act and state discrimination and tort laws. This exact situation has already happened to four rental communities this year.

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