HEARING: Camp Announces Hearing on Tax Reform and Residential Real Estate

1100 Longworth House Office Building at 9:30 AM
April 25, 2013 — Hearing   
Full Committee   

Focus Of The Hearing
The hearing will consider how certain Federal tax provisions affect the housing sector and homeownership – and the benefits of such investment.  It will explore how tax policy affects the relative level of investment between residential real estate and other parts of the economy (such as business investment).

Hearing Advisory

Camp Announces Hearing on Tax Reform and Residential Real Estate

PANEL ONE

Mr. Mark Fleming
Chief Economist, CoreLogic
Testimony
(Truth in Testimony)

Mr. Eric Toder
Co-Director, Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center
Testimony
(Truth in Testimony)

Ms. Jane Gravelle
Senior Specialist in Economic Policy, Congressional Research Service,
Testimony

Mr. Mark Calabria
Director of Financial Regulation Studies, Cato Institute
Testimony
(Truth in Testimony)

Mr. Phillip Swagel
Professor of International Economic Policy, University of Maryland School of Public Policy
Testimony
(Truth in Testimony)

PANEL TWO

Mr. Gary Thomas
President, National Association of Realtors
Testimony
(Truth in Testimony)

Mr. Robert Dietz
Assistant Vice President for Tax and Policy Issues, National Association of Home Builders
Testimony
(Truth in Testimony)

Mr. Thomas Moran
Chairman, Moran & Company, Chicago, IL, appearing on behalf of the National Multi Housing Council and the National Apartment Association
Testimony
(Truth in Testimony)

Mr. Robert Moss
Senior Vice President, Boston Capital, Boston, MA, appearing on behalf of the Housing Advisory Group
Testimony
(Truth in Testimony)

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