If you're the kind of person who calls your Congressman, it might be a good time to pick up the phone.
Legislators are negotiating the details of a huge reform of the nation’s tax code, and some ideas under consideration could prove to be toxic to the commercial real estate business. These talks are moving slowly—for now. But this may be the best time for real estate to participate in the discussion, before tax reform begins to speed up.
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