HUD not too long ago weakened a rule to affirmatively market reasonable housing targets, and NAR objected to the conclusion. NAR’s director of reasonable housing plan says the policy was “baked into the authentic Truthful Housing Act of 1968,” and nixing it is “a move backward in the generate toward equivalent housing possibility.”
WASHINGTON – In recent weeks, we have seen a flurry of news experiences and social media posts on Affirmatively Furthering Truthful Housing (AFFH). Unfortunately, misinformation has circulated about steps taken by the latest and former administrations to change the policies. As a chief in growing homeownership and housing option, the National Association of Realtors® (NAR) has been operating to tell users and the general public about the place this regulation will come from, what it usually means, and how it would have an effect on Realtors®.
The “affirmatively furthering” provision of the federal Truthful Housing Act is