Tax reform could make renting more attractive

The Urban Institute via Builder

The national share of renter households decreased for the first time since 2004.

The Urban Institute’s research staff is out today with a blog that crunches the numbers for four prototypical families and finds that many would do better renting due to the new tax code.


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