The clock is ticking for Republican lawmakers as they try to come to an agreement on a final tax plan. There are currently two versions: the House version and the Senate version. Both have significant differences when it comes to housing. To get a sense of how this is likely to affect New York, Jonathan Miller, president and CEO of Miller Samuel Inc., a real estate appraisal and consulting firm, visited Mornings On 1 and shared insight.
How the tax bill affects city real estate
PUBLISHED December 13, 2017 @10:26 AM