Monthly Archives: December 2017

Changing Homeownership Tax Incentives Restricts Mobility

Infographic: Homeowners Say Changing Homeownership’s Tax Incentives Restricts Mobility, Causes Financial Strain WASHINGTON (December 12, 2017) – An overwhelming majority of homeowners would take advantage of the mortgage interest deduction and state and local property tax deductions if they were … Continue reading

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The Tax Bill – Analysis

REALTOR Analysis Of Tax Bill Is Worth Examining By Bob Hunt December 11 It is no secret that the National, State, and Local Realtor® associations are strongly opposed to certain provisions in both the House and Senate versions of the … Continue reading

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Changes in Tax Law

Changes in tax law may prompt homeowners to move to other states By Kenneth Harney December 6 Whether you already own a home or are thinking of purchasing, the tax legislation pending before Congress poses serious questions: Am I going … Continue reading

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A Little Real Estate Quiz

How Well Do You Know Real Estate? Time to Find Out Is real estate a countercyclical sector? Answers to these and other questions in this WSJ quiz By Jane Hodges December 3 Real estate is an important component of the … Continue reading

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Avoid Missing Out on Your Dream Home

Five No Regrets Real Estate Buying Strategies To Avoid Missing-Out By PJ Wade December 4 In real estate, “the one that got away” stories get told and retold, usually with little satisfaction to the teller.

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Mortgage Rates Inch Lower

Mortgage Rates Inch Lower MCLEAN, VA–(Marketwired – Nov 30, 2017) – Freddie Mac (OTCQB: FMCC) today released the results of its Primary Mortgage Market Survey® (PMMS®), showing the average 30-year fixed mortgage rate inching lower.

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