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topStories Thursday, January 04, 2018
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When to Negotiate on the Price of a Home
Tax Reform: Here's What Could Impact Homeowners Most
By Liz Dominguez
A new year has started, and with it a newly enacted tax policy: the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. While most changes will not be noticeable until consumers file their taxes in 2019, the new tax law stands to alter how consumers view homeownership incentives and could impact real estate markets across the country. Additionally, many consumers, but not all, may see a change to their paychecks by next month due to the new tax rate deductions. These are the biggest real estate-related tax policies and how they could affect homeowners. 1. Cap on Mortgage Interest Deduction: The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act reduced the limit for the mortgage interest rate deduction for new loans starting ...
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3 Key Considerations for Buyer's Reps Working on Teams
Many real estate professionals view the team model as a way to take their transaction... READ MORE >
One Size Does Not Fit All: Excelling in the Home Warranty Market
In the following interview, Tim Haynes, president of American Home Shield® (AHS®)... READ MORE >
5 Ways to Build a Better Business in 2018
If you're hoping to ramp up your business plan in the new year, you're far from alone.... READ MORE >
Making Sense of Valuation's Alphabet Soup: CMAs, BPOs, AVMs and Appraisals

Have You Resolved to Get Organized? 4 Techniques for the New Year
By Brentnie Daggett
With the holidays just behind us and New Year's resolutions calling your name, you may find that organization is at the top
50 Motto Mortgage Franchises Sold in First Year

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach, REALTORS®/The Trident Group Announces Larry Flick, V as CEO

CENTURY 21 Scheetz Adds Agents to Indianapolis Office

Consumer Confidence Slips

First Team Real Estate and Stearns Lending Partner on New Mortgage Company



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