By Clare Trapasso | realtor.com
The most unpredictable, most divisive, and certainly weirdest presidential race in a generation (or several) is heating up way beyond the boiling point. Candidates are debating just about everything imaginable on the 2016 campaign trail: 2,000-mile walls! Hand size! Energy levels! Email servers! Resemblance to Christian rockers! Everything, that is, except the largest and most important purchase most Americans will ever make: their homes.
In a campaign so far marked by a maddening lack of specifics on many policy issues, most candidates have been especially silent on how their ideas on taxes, interest rates, and even income redistribution would affect the home market.