Public Affairs Update………………………………………………………August 22, 2018
- NAR Feedback Reflected in New Report
- More Info, Transparency Needed at CFPB
- Health Plan Rule Challenged in Court
- REALTORS® Get Big Tax Win
- A Snapshot of the Housing Market in 2019
- Pizza & Public Affairs Wednesday September 5, 2018 Noon to 1:00pm at BARA
- In Case You Missed It
NAR Feedback Reflected in New Report
Feedback that NAR provided to the U.S. Treasury Department earlier this year on issues of importance to members is now included in a series of reports aimed at improving regulation of the U.S. financial system. [Source: NAR Update 08-17-2018]
More Info, Transparency Needed at CFPB
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau should increase communication and transparency throughout investigations, enforcement actions, and during the rulemaking process, NAR stressed at an industry discussion with high-level agency staff. [Source: NAR Update 08-17-2018]
Health Plan Rule Challenged in Court
Twelve attorneys general filed suit against the U.S. Department of Labor challenging the association health plan rule issued in June. [Source: NAR Update 08-17-2018]
REALTORS® Get Big Tax Win
Here's why the IRS's proposed rules on the 20% business income deduction are an industry win. [Source: NAR Update 08-17-2018]
On Wednesday, a webinar looked at how rising national debt would impact the housing market in the third quarter and beyond. Will low supply and increasing costs continue into next year? [Source: DSNews.com 08-17-2018]
Pizza & Public Affairs Wednesday September 5, 2018 from Noon to 1:00pm at BARA
John Tayer, President and C.E.O. of the Boulder Chamber
What John will present
The Boulder Chamber is proud to announce the launch of “Boulder Together,” a multi-year initiative designed to make positive progress in three areas of economic and community need: affordable housing, mobility and workforce development.
The Boulder Together program has been in development over the last two years through conversations with a wide spectrum of community members and business leaders. We found great consistency in the feedback we received from these stakeholder groups, with particular concern about the impacts that high housing costs and difficult commutes are having on our workforce.
“These have been mounting issues of concern for our community," Boulder Chamber President John Tayer said. "Housing and transportation challenges are now starting to have an impact on the ability of businesses to access the talent they need to succeed. It's time for business leadership in addressing these issues."
“Boulder Together” is a very important private sector effort to address critical regional issues affecting our communities and market areas.
Coming October 3, 2018, Boulder City Council Member and Realtor® Jill Grano
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