A recent legal development in the mortgage industry has seen a new commission suit filed in New York, with major players like the National Association of Realtors (NAR), Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY), and prominent brokerages being named as defendants. This lawsuit is expected to have significant implications for the industry, as it highlights potential issues surrounding commission practices and the relationships between real estate organizations and brokerages.

Key elements of the lawsuit include:
– Filed in New York
– Names NAR, REBNY, and major brokerages as defendants
– Raises questions about commission practices in the industry
– Highlights potential conflicts of interest between real estate organizations and brokerages
– Expected to have lasting effects on how commissions are handled in the mortgage industry

As this legal battle unfolds, industry professionals will be closely monitoring the outcome and any resulting changes to commission structures and practices within the mortgage industry. The involvement of major organizations and brokerages in this suit underscores the importance of transparency and fairness in commission arrangements, and underscores the need for continued scrutiny and accountability in the industry.

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