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From the halls of the Capitol to the courthouse steps, REALTORS® are fighting and winning political battles. If an issue is important to real estate, you'll find out about it here.

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Register Now for the 2018 REALTORS® Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo
Federal

There is still time to register for the REALTORS® Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo in Washington, DC, May 14th - 19th. This is where NAR members take an active role to advance the real estate industry, public policy and the association. REALTORS® come to Washington, DC, for special issues forums, committee meetings, legislative activities and the industry trade show.

Infrastructure Webcast Available for Viewing
Federal

The Trump Administration has released its long-awaited infrastructure plan, which proposes at least $1.5 trillion in new investment across infrastructure asset classes; incentivizing greater state and local funding; shortening the project permitting process to two years; investing in rural projects; and improving worker training. President Trump proposes that the government would spend $200 billion in infrastructure investment to spur states, localities and the private sector to raise the $1.3 trillion balance.

2018 REALTORS® Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo Registration is Open
Federal

Registration is now open for the REALTORS® Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo in Washington, DC, May 14th - 19th. This is where NAR members take an active role to advance the real estate industry, public policy and the association. REALTORS® come to Washington, DC, for special issues forums, committee meetings, legislative activities and the industry trade show.

National Flood Insurance Program Extension
Federal

On December 21, 2017, Congress extended the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) as part of the continuing resolution to keep the government open through January 19. NAR will continue working with Congress to ensure that the NFIP does not lapse while the Senate works on its version of the 5-year reauthorization and reform measure.

Tax Reform, What it Means
Federal

While NAR remains concerned that the overall structure of the final bill diminishes the tax benefits of homeownership and will cause adverse impacts in some markets, the advocacy of NAR members, as well as consumers, helped NAR to gain some important improvements throughout the legislative process. The final legislation will benefit many homeowners, homebuyers, real estate investors, and NAR members as a result.

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