Protecting the American Dream

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with Realty World-Viking Realty CA BRE#00886348

The National Association of Home Builders has launched a new website, www.ProtectHomeownership.com, to inform consumers about the various tax, legislative and regulatory policies under consideration by Congress that could change the structure of homeownership and inspire the public to take action to protect it.  The site also documents homeownership’s importance to individual households and to local, state and national governments by providing various economic reports and data, poll questions and frequently asked questions.  It offers multiple ways for consumers to help protect this aspect of American life, including signing an online petition urging policy makers to keep housing a national priority, participating in local community rallies, and getting involved in social media communities on Facebook and Twitter that are focused on protecting home ownership.

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