Tax Reform Could Leave Its Mark on Real Estate

Tax Reform Could Leave Its Mark on Real Estate

Congress went home for August recess last week leaving a lot of unresolved business on the table—budgets for transportation and housing failed to pass in both the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate. The chaos in Congress will probably continue this fall as the U.S. approaches the next debt ceiling deadline and seems likely to start the new fiscal year on October 1 without a budget.

But don’t be fooled. Behind the filibusters and the gridloc

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