Susan, I have read the Code of Ethics, and it clearly states we can not steer or blockbust, but we required to give information to the customer to look up that info for themselves if, and when, they start house hunting - this is public information for the consumer. In my post I put a number and web site that come directly from the Agency disclosure form which we are required to present to the consumer at first contact - client or not, so they are aware of our representation, our obligations, and our code of conduct and the rules we as members of NAR are sworn (and monitored) to follow as a part of our Professionalism. Thus, when it comes to providing information based on our own biased opinions, this is considered a form of discrimination. Therefore, it is up to the customer/consumer/client/public to seek that information, it is up to us to provide sources where data of that information can be sought. While we only provide the sources of reputable information, we do not provide a biased opinion. To answer this question is to provide a biased opinion, one of which we are not capable, or knowledgeable, of providing, in addition to breaking our own NAR Code of Professional Ethics and Conduct. Thus, I am in agreeance with Susan Hofflander.