"NRT does not believe that there is any merit to the allegations being made by the National Fair Housing Alliance, and their organization has been unresponsive to our repeated attempts to engage in constructive dialogue during the past year," said Bruce Zipf, NRT president and CEO in a statement released Wednesday."When you've made it, there is this illusion that money speaks. But I think the green is not green enough when it's coming from a brown hand," [Shanna Smith] said. "To say (the allegations) have no merit is astonishing.""We take great issue with the statements made by (Smith) about our company's corporate culture," Zipf said. "I think NRT's record on diversity education and training speaks volumes for our corporate culture, for our employees, as well as the ethical standards to which we hold our sales associates accountable," Zipf said.
Mortgage Broker Denies Discrimination Allegations
A day after a national mortgage brokerage firm was accused of "steering" and other discriminatory practices in real estate sales, NRT, Inc., said there is no merit to the claims against the company.The U...