The following is an overview of provisions of the new tax reform law affecting current and prospective homeowners. Home Ownership Matters will be providing ongoing updates and guidance on this topic in the coming weeks.
With over 50 years in the industry, Frank Williams has played an integral part in fighting racism and championing the fair housing movement.
Pedro Hernandez remembers a time before the passage of the Fair Housing Act when discrimination ran rampant in the neighborhoods of Miami, Florida.
For Pat Combs, it’s as simple as that.
From posters to making it a part of school curriculums; how Grosse Pointe became a leading fair housing advocate.
The City of Sisters City Council is considering tightening existing vacation rental regulations and further restricting short-term rentals.
With the health-care bill back-burnered on Capitol Hill, the focus has shifted to tax reform. Among the key financial matters in play: Homeowners’ prized deductions for mortgage interest and property taxes.
The National Flood Insurance Program will expire in six months, on September 30. The National Association of REALTORS® recently issued a statement by NAR President Bill Brown urging Congress to reauthorize the program.