National Association of Realtors® Outlines Concerns in Advance of Tax Reform Vote

National Association of Realtors® Outlines Concerns in Advance of Tax Reform Vote

WASHINGTON, DC (November 15, 2017) – (RealEstateRama) — As a vote on tax reform in the House of Representatives draws near, National Association of Realtors® President Elizabeth Mendenhall will outline how the House and Senate tax proposals are an attack on homeownership and middle-class Americans. Mendenhall will take questions from the media alongside senior NAR Government Affairs staff.

WHAT: Tax reform media conference call with the National Association of Realtors®

WHEN: Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017, 2:00 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.

WHO: Elizabeth Mendenhall, NAR President Jamie Gregory, NAR Deputy Chief Lobbyist Evan Liddiard, NAR Senior Policy Representative

HOW: Participant Dial-in: 877-229-8493 (ID code: 117027) OR Streaming Link: https://video.teleforumonline.com/video/streaming.php?client=17027(link is external)

Event Highlights:

  • Brief opening remarks from NAR President Elizabeth Mendenhall
  • A short presentation from NAR tax counsel Evan Liddiard on the tax proposals
  • Q&A with members of the media

RSVP not required, but appreciated. Please RSVP to Jon Boughtin (">(link sends e-mail), 202-383-1193) or reach out with questions.

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Media Contact: Jon Boughtin 202-383-1193

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