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A Change of Order

As new members to the Congress get elected and old ones hold on to their constituencies, we look at how these mid-term results may impact the housing market.

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New Bill Amends Stress Test Rule of Nonbanks

The Alleviating Stress Test Burdens to Help Investors Act was passed by the House with a 395-19 majority. The passing of this bill by the house is expected to pave the way for exempting nonbank financial institutions that are regulated ...

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House Wraps Up Tax Bill

While the House may have done its part in advancing tax reform, there is still a long road before a bill reaches the president’s desk. Members of the Senate Finance Committee voted 14 to 12 along party lines to approve their version of the tax package late Thursday night. The approval helps clear the way for the full Senate to consider the bill after Thanksgiving.

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Watch Out Dodd-Frank

A house spending bill could be the death of Dodd-Frank if it passes in its current form, pushing portions of the Financial CHOICE Act into law. What regulations could be lifted, and how do lawmakers feel about it?

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The Week Ahead: Reform to Dodd-Frank

The House will vote on the Financial CHOICE Act, a Dodd-Frank “off-ramp”, this coming Wednesday. Republicans proposed this reform to the financial system in mid-April to free the U.S. from government micromanagement when it comes to excessive regulations on the financial system. See what else will take place in the upcoming week here.

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