41% of housing experts polled by Zillow are less optimistic about long-term housing market in light of tax reform. Why? They might fear 'throwing fuel on an already-raging fire.'
by Marian McPherson | Feb 21
GOP tax reform bill is upending subsidies that have become 'entitlements,' reports the Gray Lady
by Andrea V. Brambila | Dec 19
The final text of the bill marking the biggest change to the U.S. tax structure in decades has been released
by Jotham ​Sederstrom | Dec 15
Rising home prices, low inventory and tax reform will throw buyers for a loop
by Marian McPherson | Dec 15
NAR economist estimates how tax reform would affect different locations across the country
by Marian McPherson | Dec 12
Black Knight reports that conditions should improve as homeowners receive their insurance payouts
by Gill South | Dec 4
NAR analysis predicts declines of $56K in Cali, and more than $40k in CT, MA and HI
by Jotham ​Sederstrom | Nov 30
NAR should take steps to put considerable clout and resources behind initiatives that enable Americans to obtain homeownership
by Bernice Ross | Nov 8
The government pays more than twice as much to homeowners through MID than it spends on public housing
by Patrick Kearns | Oct 18
Housing subsidies are going to wealthy homeowners at nearly twice the rate of low income renters
by Patrick Kearns | Oct 13
Should the proposed framework become law, the MID’s days will be numbered
by Steve Cook | Oct 3
Introducing a capped tax credit and reducing MID-eligible mortgages to $500K are two proposed solutions
by Amber Taufen | Aug 16
Trade group won vast majority of races it supported, but Realtor issues remain at risk
by Andrea V. Brambila | Nov 11
National Low Income Housing Coalition's Robin Hood-esque proposal would lower cap for mortgages higher than $500,000 to subsidize federal programs for low-income borrowers
by Amy Tankersley | Nov 18
The Economist's recent cover story claims mortgage subsidies promote inequality, stymie economic growth
by Teke Wiggin | May 22