Why Presidential Candidates Aren't Talking About Housing

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November 07, 2016

Terrorism, taxes, immigration, and gun control have been widely discussed by Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, but housing hasn’t gotten much attention. Clinton offers a very broad-based proposal on her website, while housing isn’t even a priority for Trump. According to a Fast Company article, Democrats and Republicans alike may be loath to add a costly new domestic housing program to the agenda during an election year, especially when a $503 billion national deficit is projected for 2017.

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