As HUD considers variations to “disparate impact” rules, NAR claims it is not the time to “hinder further development on addressing ongoing systemic racism in our country.”
WASHINGTON – On Monday, the Countrywide Association of Realtors® (NAR) requested the Department of Housing and Urban Growth (HUD) to withdraw its proposed rule to amend interpretation of the Good Housing Act’s disparate impression standard.
In the letter NAR sent to HUD, NAR claims that there’s a wide countrywide consensus to eradicate racial discrimination, and that HUD’s proposed update would make it much too complicated for folks to deliver ahead respectable disparate impression promises.
Disparate impression refers to methods or insurance policies that really do not appear discriminatory at facial area value but, when seen at the macro degree, violate the Good Housing Act.
“While there is discussion … as to no matter if extra clarity is necessary with regard to disparate impression