The United for Homes Campaign now has a website. Located at www.unitedforhomes.org, the site provides information about the campaign, about our proposal to fund the National Housing Trust Fund with revenue generated from modifications to the mortgage interest deduction, and about how to be part of the movement for a better federal housing policy.
The following sections of the United for Homes website will be of interest to readers of Memo:
- About the Campaign, which provides information about how United for Homes proposes solving America’s affordable housing shortage and connects visitors with the campaign.
- Current Legislation offers information about H.R. 1213, a major milestone in the United for Homes campaign.
- Resources and Multimedia provides materials advocates can use to learn about the issues, build support for the campaign, and educate lawmakers about our proposal.
On April 15, United for Homes will be re-launching its Housing Tax Reform Calculator, which allows users to estimate their income tax based on three scenarios: the current mortgage interest deduction, elimination of the mortgage interest deduction, and the 15% tax credit and $500,000 mortgage cap proposed by the United for Homes campaign. Find the calculator later in the day on April 15 at www.unitedforhomes.org/proposal/calculator.
Visit the website at www.unitedforhomes.org, and contact our Outreach Team at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or suggestions about resources that would be useful to include on the site.