Paul Mott published NC Homeowners Alliance in Johnston County in Local Alliances 2016-10-26 11:02:57 -0400
At the Johnston County Association of REALTORS®, we believe in the power of individuals to make a difference at the North Carolina General Assembly. That's why we are proud supporters of the North Carolina Homeowners Alliance. This advocacy group is a local alliance that is focused on issues that are critical to homeownership. It doesn't cost anything to join, and you will get important updates of issues that could seriously impact you at the General Assembly.
It’s a good group, and we are proud to be a part of it. I hope you will join us and thousands of others.
Paul Mott endorsed 2015-07-29 11:28:21 -0400
You can help ensure that legislators stand up for homeowners!
Homeownership is vital for our communities and for our economy. That's why the mortgage interest tax deduction has been a bedrock principle for homeowners and their families. Unfortunately, this deduction is at risk at the General Assembly.
Legislators are working right now on a final state budget bill that will decide this issue. That’s why we are asking you to endorse the protection of this important benefit.
I support protection of the mortgage interest tax deduction!
The mortgage interest tax deduction has been a tremendous benefit for North Carolina’s economy.
This homeownership tax deduction helps create stronger communities. Costs for health care, education, and energy continue to rise, and the homeownership tax deduction protects families and individuals’ most important investments: their homes.
Our legislators should protect working families and home ownership. That’s why I’m urging my legislators to protect the mortgage interest tax deduction.Endorse
Paul Mott signed Tell the North Carolina General Assembly: Support North Carolina Homeowners 2015-02-26 14:48:22 -05001,158 signatures
Policies that encourage homeownership, keep insurance rates at affordable levels, and boost property values are vital for millions of working families. That’s why I support the North Carolina Homeowners Alliance.
It’s common sense. Fair insurance rates, tax policies that encourage homeownership, and community investments that preserve our state’s history are important to the property owners of North Carolina. I strongly urge my legislators to:
- Protect the mortgage interest tax deduction, one of the biggest and most important boosts to working families across the state. I’m counting on legislators to oppose any effort to repeal or reduce this vital deduction that our families depend on.
- Support greater consumer protection for homeowners in the insurance rate-making process. The process by which our rates are set should be fair and transparent. Insurance companies shouldn't be allowed to circumvent the legal process and force property owners to pay higher premiums through Consent to Rate letters.
- Maintain the Historic Preservation Tax Credit. This credit breathes new economic life into distressed areas, raises property values, and preserves our local communities’ heritage while bringing jobs and investment to our state.
These issues are vital to homeowners and to our communities. That's why I am urging legislators to support the North Carolina Homeowners Alliance in 2016.
Paul Mott answered yes 2014-08-19 17:37:29 -0400Q: Would you be willing to email or call your North Carolina legislators if you knew they were voting on important legislation for homeowners?
We want to make sure that legislators in Raleigh know what's important to our area. To help us tell legislators what's important, we hope you will take this quick three question survey about what matters most to you.
Thanks again for joining!
-- Wendy Harris, REALTOR®
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