Welcome or Register

Realty Executives Suncoast Blog

RealPage to pay $3 million to settle FTC allegations of faulty tenant screenings

RealPage will pay $3 million in a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission, which accused the real estate tech and data company of providing landlords and property managers with faulty tenant screening results over a five-year period. According to the FTC, RealPage’s screening reports could have shown incorrect criminal records for a prospective tenant because of the company’s limited filtering system on its screenings.
Apartment-for-rent.jpg?1524507847 (image/jpeg, 0.73 MB)

6 Questions with 6 HUD Executives, Ep. 5: Assistant Secretary Anna Maria Farias

Anna Maria Farias shares a special bond with Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson. Farias also grew up in public housing. She, like Carson, fought hard to achieve a greatness unparalleled. Farias was the child of a single parent who struggled to make ends meet, and she witnessed first-hand the discrimination and harassment her mother faced daily.

Multifamily volatility drags down housing starts

Housing starts decreased 5.3% in September, according to the latest report from the U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Scott Volling, Principal, PwC said regional results indicate that weather may have had an impact on housing starts.
construction.jpg?1451592330 (image/jpeg, 0.54 MB)

Find a Listing