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Real estate execs want 421-a tax break to return, but disagree on how

An MWE survey of more than 100 industry executives at Crain’s New York Business’ Real Estate conference on May 2nd revealed that most want the 421-a tax credit to return – and would much prefer Hillary Clinton over NY developer Donald Trump as the next commander in chief. A full story on the survey’s findings, including commentary from MWE Partner John Schmuck, can be found here.



“Since the recession, traditional bank financing has come under greater scrutiny,” said John Schmuck, a partner at the Long Island firm, in a statement. “As a result, alternative sources of financing will continue to pick up steam.”  *Read More>>

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