High-income homebuyers were the most likely to report in this year’s survey that tax reform has had some sort of effect on their home search. Of those homebuyers earning $150,000 or more, 61 percent said that the new tax law had an effect on their home search, which was true for less than half of households earning under $150,000.
SEATTLE, May 17, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — (NASDAQ: RDFN) – More than a year after the historic tax code overhaul, less than half of homebuyers (47%) say that tax reform has had an effect on their home search, according to a March survey commissioned by Redfin (www.redfin.com), the technology-powered.
Except for the first-tier cities, every city in China has eased real estate restrictions and many are now subsidizing real estate with tax cuts or direct subsidies. More than one city is offering cash.
President Trump’s tax reform package had an impact on nearly half of potential buyers searching for a new home, nine percentage points less than one year ago, according to a new Redfin survey. The tax code revision put in more of a limitation on mortgage interest and added a cap on property tax deductibility that [.]
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