NAR (National Association of Realtors) has been working on their Consumer Advocacy Outreach Program, and with this they have launched their new web site designed to educate and engage consumers on home-ownership-related public policy issues at the state, local and national levels.
Consumers will be able to see local to national policies that are being proposed and put into place in regards to home ownership, private property rights, and much more. There is links for each individual state, finances, taxes, and the most current issues.
Check it out, there is some valuable information whether you are a new buyer, seasoned buyer, owner, or seller:
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