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Effect of Tax Reform on Real Estate Owners and Investors

What changed and what didn’t.

It’s no secret that Americans are obsessed with real estate. We watch countless hours of home renovation programs on television and spend significant amounts of time visiting properties listed for sale in person, at open houses or on online real estate databases such as Zillow or Redfin. Real estate ownership is the cornerstone of the American Dream. So much so that Congress decided to encourage real estate ownership as a way to build financial security through direct spending and


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