Pearland Real Estate Expert


Preserve, Protect and Defend the Mortgage Interest Deduction

Please show your support of stable housing policy by cosponsoring H.Res.25, a bipartisan resolution offered by Rep. Gary Miller. Realtors believe that wide co-sponsorship of this resolution will send a strong signal that Congress remains committed to a housing recovery.


H. Res.25 expresses the sense of Congress that the current law governing the MID must be retained. To restrict current law in any way would undermine progress in the still-fragile housing recovery.


Please join me in sending a strong signal that you support a stable housing market and that you support the current MID rules.




Danny Frank

Keller Williams Realty - Pearland



Please personalize your message


Maybe something like this:

I understand that throughout the spring and summer, Congress is likely to take many votes on huge bills that will affect economic, fiscal and tax policy.  I urge you in the strongest possible terms to assure that each one of them will contribute to stabilizing housing markets and, just as important, do no harm. The simplest way for Congress to provide certainty to the housing market is to preserve the MID and oppose any legislation that would undermine it. Please co-sponsor H.Res. 25.



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Comment balloon 1 commentDanny Frank • May 24 2011 11:29AM


Denny, I feel that the preservation of tax incentives for high debt have little to do with lrgitimate housing issues.  Who would fail to own a home if the MID is removed?

Posted by Mike Carlier, More opinions than you want to hear about. over 7 years ago