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Commercial units make up a third of Airbnb hosts’ revenue: report Profit motive could push startup to focus more on “commercial units&rdq...

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Figuring out who’s right has been difficult, because Airbnb has released only extremely limited reservation data. But a FiveThirtyEight analysi...

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August 19, 2016 Exempts' Tax Status Under Scrutiny as States Feel Money Woes FREE TRIAL From Daily Tax Report For over 50 years, Bloomberg ...

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In the nation's hot housing markets, finding a starter home proves elusive By David Randall and Nichola Groom Reuters   Aug 21...

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More Mass. cities, towns seek payment deals with tax-exempt entities By Grant Welker, gwelker@lowellsun.com UPDATED:   08/21/2016 09:00:56 AM E...

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Cuomo’s 421a wage subsidy would be novelty in US Governor unveiled proposal for affordable housing program last week August 22, 2016 07:30AM&n...

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As Affordability Worsens, State and Local Governments Act on their Own Posted by Daniel McCue on August 19, 2016     T...

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In Print: A Good Tax: Legal and Policy Issues for the Property Tax in the United States By David R Godschalk August 22, 2016 ...

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By Jonathan Dame @JDameTAB  Follow There are nearly 1,000 tax-exempt properties in Newton, valued at a combined $3.68 billion. If taxed at a ...

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AUGUST 11, 2016   That Pent-Up Demand Is Just About Gone     A report from Reuters. “Over the past four years, the number of...

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Frank Denton: How the new Jacksonville can learn from other cities Thu, Aug 11, 2016 @ 10:56 pm | updated Thu, Aug 11, 2016 @ 11:02 pm    ...

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Policymakers hearing more taxpayers pipe up about their growing burden By Jenna Duncan, Julian Gill, Peggy Heinkel-Wolfe and Caitlyn Jones S...

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In recovering market, starter homes remain elusive   BY REUTERS | Friday, Aug. 12, 2016, 10:33 p.m. Email Newsletters Sign up for one of...

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Voters in Wayne County will be asked in November to approve 3.2 mills of new property taxes for regional transit and public school systems. The millag...

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It costs a lot of money for cities and towns to provide services like the police and fire departments and picking up garbage. That's why we pay taxes....

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Low interest rates and an improving job market have created a wave of prospective first-time home buyers, but they're being stymied by a dearth of ava...

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Washington D.C. is overrun with nonprofits, but just the universities alone, including Georgetown University, George Washington University, Howard Uni...

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Universities in D.C. avoided $111 million in local taxes last year 4000 Brandywine Street NW was an American Univer...

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THE CONNECTION BETWEEN land use and transportation has been well-established, but it’s about to get even more important. Like a lot of othe...

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John M. Halstead reviews Conservation Catalysts: The Academy as Nature’s Agent

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