Redfin: Last year’s tax reform bill impacted fewer homebuyers than expected

A year after implementing a tax reform bill that lowered caps on tax deductions permitted for mortgage payments and state and local taxes, Redfin reports that less than half of homebuyers say it impacted their home searches. According to the company, 47% of homebuyers say the bill has affected their home search, falling from last year’s rate of 56%.

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Redfin: Last year’s tax reform bill impacted fewer homebuyers than expected. 47% of homebuyers say 2018’s tax reform bill has impacted their home search. less than half of homebuyers say it.

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That added sensitivity could continue to put a damper on the sales of new homes, which tend to be more expensive than. year shortage of for-sale homes. This is a positive for homebuyers, as the.

A late-2017 Redfin-commissioned survey of more than 4,000 people who bought or sold a home last year, attempted to do so, or planned to do so soon revealed the following key findings related to the housing market and the economy: Only 6% of homebuyers said they would cancel their plans if mortgage rates surpassed 5%.

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Over a year after the historic tax code overhaul that lowered the caps on tax deductions allowed for mortgage interest payments and state and local taxes, less than half of homebuyers (47%) say that tax reform has had an effect on their home search.

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The Republican tax reform bill inched closer to the finish line, with the House voting to approve the bill along mostly partisan lines at 227-203 on Tuesday and the Senate approving it 51-48 early.

Furthermore, Redfin predicted there would be fewer home sales if a new residency requirement in the tax reform bill. next year, but Richardson predicted the lack of inventory will encourage more.