Mortgage interest deductibility and housing prices
An analysis of how implementing a flat tax on income and ending the deductibility of mortgage interest payments would affect housing prices. The authors show that, to the extent prices decline, higher-income households would bear most of the impact, but increases in the value of their other assets might mitigate the drop in the price of their homes.
Volume (Year): (1996)
Issue (Month): Feb ()
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