Public Affairs Update

Public Affairs Update………………………………………………….November 16, 2016

  • NAR Sees Threats to Homeowner Benefits in Tax Reform ProposalThe Housing Market Outlook is Bright…For Now

  • Pizza & Public Affairs Wednesday December 7, 2016 Noon to 1:00pm at BARA

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    NAR Sees Threats to Homeowner Benefits in Tax Reform Proposals

    This is an update for those of you who may have not been at the NAR Annual Conference and Expo in Orlando, November 3-7, 2016.

     

    During the Federal Issues Update, NAR’s Senior Tax Policy Representative, Evan Liddiard, outlined the emerging threats to Real Estate Tax provisions.

    The scenarios laid out show how legislation that claims to “leave the Mortgage Interest Deduction” untouched as part of Tax Reform could still have major implications for homeowners. Use this link to download the PowerPoint. http://www.realtor.org/articles/2016-realtors-conference-and-expo-federal-issues-update Please note the information is presentation specific and should be used as presented, changing any aspect of the “taxpayer” scenario will make the scenarios less accurate. [Source: NAR Update 11-07-2016]

                                                                                           

    The Housing Market Outlook is Bright…For Now

    The market seems geared to remain strong for the rest of 2016. But economist Jonathon Smoke says the improving economy presents both opportunities and challenges for the months ahead. READ MORE [Source: DSNews.com 11-09-2016]

     

    Pizza & Public Affairs Wednesday December 7, 2016 Noon to 1:00pm at BARA

    Guest Speaker: Ted Leighty, CAR Vice President of Government Affairs

     

    What He Will Present: Preview of the 2017 Legislative Session

  • Is 2017 the year construction defects reform will finally be enacted?

  • How will the 2016 election results affect legislative action in 2017?

  • Will home inspector legislation gain broader legislative support?

  • Will legislators work together to improve statewide transportation funding?

  • And much more…

     

    You will get an early head’s up on how the 2017 legislative session could affect your business, real estate and the Colorado economy.

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