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Topic - Maryland Association Of Realtors
Maryland real estate agents are protesting Gov. Martin O'Malley's plan to cap tax deductions on mortgage interest payments, saying such a move would shortchange homeowners and discourage potential buyers.
A relatively small change in the language of the regional sales contract in the Washington area may have a big impact on the home-buying process, mostly because the new language reinforces the importance of a thorough home inspection for prospective buyers.