On the eve of President Donald Trump’s first 100 days in office, the real estate market in the nation’s capital is still in free fall.
But the Trump administration has taken a number of actions to help the market stabilize.
The administration announced a massive increase in the capital gains tax, as well as a number on energy prices.
In a major victory for energy and natural gas producers, the Trump Administration also finalized a number new environmental regulations.
And, just like the real-estate market, the president is likely to have a difficult time balancing his budget.
But these aren’t the only things the Trump presidency is bringing about.
In addition to these economic achievements, Trump has also been able to get a number major pieces of legislation passed.
Here are five things to know about these issues.1.
The Trump Administration Is Helping Real Estate in the Capital RegionThe Trump administration is working hard to help real estate prices.
The president has proposed $3 trillion in tax cuts, while also creating hundreds of thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in infrastructure spending.
The tax cuts would not only increase tax revenue for the American people, but also allow for a much higher tax rate on high earners.
The government is also targeting corporate taxes by reducing the tax rate for the top 1 percent of income earners.
As a result, the tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans would increase.
The Administration is also working to improve access to mortgages and credit, as part of a $2.2 trillion infrastructure package.2.
The Capital Region Is Still in Free FallEven though Trump’s presidency has brought economic prosperity to many areas of the country, the housing market in New York City remains in free-fall.
As of this writing, the city has lost about 1,500,000 units.
At the same time, the number of listings on the city’s major brokerage houses is up, but the vacancy rate is at its lowest point in decades.
As for the rest of the New York metropolitan area, it is down about 1.7 percent.
Meanwhile, the market in Manhattan has increased by nearly 7,000 since last August, while Brooklyn is down almost 1,400 units.3.
The Real Estate Industry is Still in TroubleIn 2017, the average price of a single-family home in the city of New York was $1,921,000, according to real estate website Trulia.
The average price for a one-bedroom unit was $2,567,000 and the average one- and two-bedroom units were $1.1 million.
In New York, the median family income in 2017 was $82,000.
However, the cost of housing is increasing faster than the income.
As Trulia noted, the total median family wealth is $1 million, while the median income is $31,000 for all Americans.
This means that the average family could be out $2 million in debt by 2023, according the Federal Reserve.4.
The Tax Cut for the Rich Is ComingSooner or later, Trump will likely have to cut taxes on the wealthy, including the rich families.
The President has proposed eliminating a number deductions and loopholes that will benefit the wealthiest taxpayers.
In 2018, he proposed an additional $1 trillion in taxes on businesses and individuals, along with a tax cut for the middle class.
These tax cuts will benefit almost all Americans, but not just the top 2 percent.5.
The Energy and Natural Gas Industry is In TroubleThe United States is the world’s biggest producer of natural gas.
With over $3.5 trillion in total natural gas production, it’s no surprise that the American energy industry is in the midst of a boom.
The U.S. is the second largest natural gas producer after Saudi Arabia, and is the third largest gas producer in the world.
However with more than half of all natural gas being extracted in the United States, the industry is struggling financially.
As part of the energy tax reform, the Administration will be creating a tax credit of up to $500,,000 that will be given to businesses that can increase the amount of energy produced by new, new, and renewable sources of energy.6.
The Environmental Regulations Are Being EliminatedThe Environmental Protection Agency has issued several regulations that have been met with significant resistance from the industry.
The regulations that were approved by the Trump Adminstration included a number that could have a negative impact on the industry, like the proposed elimination of carbon credits and rebates for solar energy.
However the Trump government is making good on its promise to undo these regulations.
The EPA has also finalized the Clean Power Plan, a new regulation that will reduce the amount emissions from the power sector.7.
The New York State Housing Market is In CollapseThe average price per square foot for New York city is now $1-2,400, and it is expected to increase to $2-2.5, according Trulia,