The report found that all groups — those identifying LGB and heterosexual — were most likely to purchase real estate because of a desire to own their own home 1. In comparison, lesbian and gay buyers were the oldest buyers at 45 years old. Lawrence Yun, NAR chief economist. Fourteen percent of bisexual buyers were born outside of the U. Bisexual buyers purchased the smallest and oldest homes, with a median square footage of 1, square feet and median year built of
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Dana Rohrabacher, R-Calif. The conversation surrounding whether or not businesses have the right to deny services based on personal bias is not new. Even this month , the owners of two Californian apartment complexes were ordered to pay a four-figure fine to settle discrimination charges against prospective tenants on the basis of their race or national origin. The complaints were filed by the Fair Housing Council of Riverside County on the behalf of prospective renters. They were protected under the Fair Housing Act of , which prohibits renting or dwelling discrimination based on race, color, disability, religion, sex, familial status or national origin.
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Tama Robertson, a real estate broker, was warming up to a landlord on the Lower East Side of Manhattan recently when he casually asked for her help in breaking the law. Robertson had heard landlords make crude requests before, but this one stopped her cold. Robertson said. Robertson, 59, an agent with Coldwell Banker Bellmarc, opposes discrimination of any sort but as a gay woman she has a deeply personal sensitivity to the challenges confronted by gay, lesbian and transgender apartment hunters.