As an investor, you might think it's charming to receive one of these so-called buyer love letters. The National Association of Realtors (NAR) has warned its members that while these letters can certainly tug at heartstrings, they could also be a liability for their clients. Should a seller make a decision after being swayed by a love letter -- which often contains demographic information about the hopeful buyer -- it could put them in violation of the Fair Housing Act.
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