After election, what happens to housing issues?

Brian Montgomery and Jim Parrott discuss the potential impact of the election on the real estate industry at the Regulatory Issues Forum Friday./REALTORMag
Brian Montgomery and Jim Parrott discuss the potential impact of the election on the real estate industry at the Regulatory Issues Forum Friday./REALTORMag

By Meg White, REALTOR® Magazine

The future of housing policy would be more predictable under Hillary Clinton than Donald Trump, two housing experts said Friday during the Regulatory Issues Forum at the REALTORS® Conference & Expo in Orlando, Fla.

Brian Montgomery and Jim Parrott discuss the potential impact of the election on the real estate industry at the Regulatory Issues Forum Friday.

That doesn’t necessarily mean Clinton would be a better president for the real estate industry, but because of her close ties to President Barack Obama, it’s not hard to guess how she’ll preside over housing issues, said Brian D. Montgomery, vice chairman and co-founder of The Collingwood Group LLC, a Washington, D.C.-based business advisory firm.

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