Wed, Aug 5, 2020 4:00pm – 5:00pm    

Fair Housing in Real Estate Appraisal

Hosted by National Association of REALTORS®


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Owning a home is the dream of most American households. Homeownership provides wealth to the inhabitants, but also helps ensure the financial stability of future generations as well.

BUT, there is a considerable wealth gap between white households and black households, even among homeowners. Recent research suggests that the way homes are valued might play a factor in exacerbating that inequality.

Where does the source of this problem lie? How can it be fixed? Join NAR President Vince Malta and expert panelists, who will delve deeply into the subject and present solutions that maintain a fair and equitable system for valuing real estate.


4:00     Welcome, Vince Malta, 2020 NAR President

4:05     Racial Discrimination in Real Estate Valuations, Andre M. Perry, Fellow, Brookings Institute

4:20     Abilities & Limitations of Appraising Under Today’s Rules, Craig Morley, Accurity Valuation/Morley & McConkie, LC

4:35     Addressing Discriminatory Barriers to Housing, Elizabeth Peetz, Esq., VP, Government Affairs, Colorado Assn of REALTORS

4:50     Q&A, Michael Neal, Sr. Research Associate, Housing Finance Policy Center, The Urban Institute

5:00     Adjourn

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