If you’re looking for a new real estate broker, you might have to wait a bit longer.
That’s because the US Food and Drug Administration is set to change the way it handles ID verification for companies that operate in the country, and it’s coming after the big names like Home Depot and Lowe’s.
That could lead to more companies being shut down.
Here are the things you need to know:How it worksReal estate broker IDs are a common part of the online and offline real estate industry, but the FDA is set for a change that could potentially shut down some of the big-name brands.
The change to the system comes in the form of a new rule, which is set up by the FDA to allow companies to provide real estate brokers with ID verification, or RID, documents.
This means a company can provide documents that allow them to check ID on their behalf, like passports or other documents.
That will give companies like Home Depots and Lowe’ts access to a broader pool of customers, allowing them to offer more affordable prices to people looking for affordable homes.
But the real issue is that there are some things that the new system doesn’t allow, like the kind of ID verification that will be needed to check IDs of people looking to rent their homes, or the kinds of documents that are required to access that.
The FDA said that, starting with 2018, it’s “planning to expand the use of real estate IDs to include other types of consumer IDs such as passports, driver’s licenses, military IDs, and other forms of identification” like driver’s license or utility bills.
These types of IDs will not be required to provide IDs to buyers, however, which could allow them access to more people.
It also means that the agency won’t be able to require brokers to use the IDs that it requires to verify ID.
For example, the FDA said in a blog post that it doesn’t require companies to verify IDs like passports, military ID, military-issued IDs, or credit cards, because they don’t have a specific need.
The FDA also said that it won’t require ID verification when a buyer signs a lease, so long as the buyer can verify his or her own identity through a third party.
If you need a real estate agent or company to provide ID verification to your landlord, ask to see their ID.
That may be easier said than done.
The real estate agencies that do not want to participate in the new ID verification program must either not use any of the ID verification systems that the FDA has approved or offer a service that will not do so.
For example, you may be able call the number listed on a lease agreement, but your landlord might not want you to use their ID verification system, as long as you provide proof of identity.
To avoid any confusion, it may be best to ask your landlord to verify your identity through another method, such as using a bank account.
You can do this with your credit card, but not with a mortgage.
“The agency is reviewing the ID-verification requirements for the new process, and will continue to monitor the process as needed to ensure that the information that is required for ID verification is consistent with the needs of our customers,” the FDA wrote.