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A newly proposed tax plan could remove incentives for lower- and middle-class homeowners and buyers.

Realtor.com reports that the National Association of Realtors quickly denounced the Trump Administration’s plan.

Homeowners could see their home’s value decrease and their equity disappear “if tax reform nullifies or eliminates the tax incentives they depend upon, while prospective home buyers will see that dream pushed further out of reach," NAR President William Brown said in a statement.

A newly proposed tax plan could remove incentives for lower- and middle-class homeowners and buyers.

Realtor.com reports that the National Association of Realtors quickly denounced the Trump Administration’s plan.

Homeowners could see their home’s value decrease and their equity disappear “if tax reform nullifies or eliminates the tax incentives they depend upon, while prospective home buyers will see that dream pushed further out of reach," NAR President William Brown said in a statement.

A newly proposed tax plan could remove incentives for lower- and middle-class homeowners and buyers.

Realtor.com reports that the National Association of Realtors quickly denounced the Trump Administration’s plan.

Homeowners could see their home’s value decrease and their equity disappear “if tax reform nullifies or eliminates the tax incentives they depend upon, while prospective home buyers will see that dream pushed further out of reach," NAR President William Brown said in a statement.

New research from the Urban Institute has found that affordable housing isn’t just an issue in urban centers. The lack of affordable housing is a problem in rural areas, too.

CityLab reports that on a national level, only 21 units are available per 100 extremely low-income renter households without government assistance.

A map from the Urban Institute shows the gap between the demand and supply of affordable units in each county in the U.S.

New research from the Urban Institute has found that affordable housing isn’t just an issue in urban centers. The lack of affordable housing is a problem in rural areas, too.

CityLab reports that on a national level, only 21 units are available per 100 extremely low-income renter households without government assistance.

A map from the Urban Institute shows the gap between the demand and supply of affordable units in each county in the U.S.

      
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