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In response to criticism that lax appraisals contributed to the financial crisis, lenders have implemented tighter appraisal policies.
While building codes protect public health and safety, government agencies often use them to back-door other policies.
Builders must take reasonable measures to ensure a safe jobsite for their employees.
HUD's proposal threatens access to FHA mortgage insurance for single-family home buyers and multifamily builders.
Comprehensive reforms to the housing finance system will ensure that housing credit is available and affordable.
Right now, the rule incentivizes owners to hire non-certified “fly-by-night” remodelers or do the work themselves.
The Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) is the most successful affordable rental housing production program in U.S. history.
Minimizing a home’s impact on the environment conserves natural resources.
The mortgage interest deduction is key to the American Dream of homeownership.
Home builders need a clear definition of what constitutes waters of the United States.
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