Tons of Upcoming Training and Events; Loan Delivery and Construction Products

I start the last week of June in Park City, Utah at a STRATMOR meeting and with a correction. In discussing tax laws in Saturday’s commentary I wrote, “The new law limits the deductibility of mortgage interest payments to $10,000, thereby reducing tax incentives for ownership of higher priced homes.” Several readers astutely wrote that this was incorrect, and that mortgage interest isn’t capped at $10,000. It is the State And Local Taxes (SALT) that are limited to $10,000. The tax law limits the amount of mortgage interest to whatever interest you pay on loans up to $750,000. Thank you! While we’re geography, much of the nation’s recent population growth is still “out West.” Cities in the West that have seen the largest population increases recently...(read more)

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