Will Trump end crackdown on dirty cash in luxury real estate? January 22, 2017 – 2:00 PM Miami Herald – Nicholas Nehamas Just a month after President Donald Trump’s inauguration, a federal anti-money laundering program that targets luxury real estate is set to expire.
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Just a month after President Donald Trump’s inauguration, a federal anti-money laundering program that targets luxury real estate is set to expire. The dragnet monitors pricey home deals for signs of dirty cash, helping detect criminals who launder money through real estate.
It’s also a telling symbol in some ways of what a trump presidency represents economically and globally from the outside in. Even during the Great Recession and Trump v. Clinton, luxury American real.
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Crackdown on dirty money shook Miami real estate. Now, Rubio wants to take it national Washington – In a move with significant implications for the U.S. housing market, Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio is seeking to take a Treasury Department crackdown on dirty money in luxury real estate and expand it from a few high-priced enclaves to.