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06/20/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

Two Texans in Washington, D.C. need to hear from you right now.

Senators John Cornyn and Ted Cruz have an opportunity to protect future homebuyers by introducing and supporting a bill that unanimously passed the House of Representatives earlier this year: the Housing Opportunity Through Modernization Act (H.R. 3700).

This measure improves several federal housing programs, with changes that benefit taxpayers, homebuyers, and the real estate market. Now it just needs Senate approval before getting the president’s signature to become law.

NAR made it easy for you to tell your senators to take advantage of this opportunity to protect future homebuyers.

  • Look for NAR’s call for action email in your inbox this week and click the link, or
  • Visit the REALTOR® Action Center to send a pre-written letter to Sen. John Cornyn and Sen. Ted Cruz right now.  

It’s rare that Congress supports something 100% … but that’s the power of homeownership. 

Categories: Governmental Affairs, Buyers, Homeowners
Tags: realtor action center, call for action, congress, senate, governmental affairs

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