What you need to know about the state’s property tax exemption for real estate sales and rentals

A bill in Tennessee has become the first in the nation to exempt sales and rental income from property taxes.

The legislation was introduced by state Sen. Jason Spencer (R-Wylie) and passed the Senate Judiciary Committee Wednesday night.

It passed with a 23-18 vote.

Spencer says the exemption will help boost the economy and create thousands of jobs.

The bill was sponsored by Tennessee Manufacturers and Commerce, a trade group that represents the state-owned and operated businesses in the state.

Tennessee residents have until September 30 to register their home for sale.

They can apply online for the exemption through the state Department of Revenue.

The tax exemption is expected to generate about $6.3 billion in economic activity in Tennessee, according to Spencer.

When the market is hot, people sell…

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article The market is heating up, and real estate investors are taking advantage.

Investors have started to sell their homes in anticipation of a rebound in housing prices.

The U.S. Census Bureau reported Wednesday that the median home price in July was $302,700, the most recent data available.

The median sales price in June was $315,200, according to the U.K. Office for National Statistics.

Real estate investment company Zillow said the housing market was the best it’s been in years in its survey of all U.s. cities and towns.

In New York, the median sale price was $4.7 million, up more than 6% from a year ago.

Zillow also found that the average home sale price in the nation’s cities and town centers rose by 6.7% last year, from $245,200 to $255,400.

It said that trend is likely to continue in the months ahead.

But Zillows data also showed that the price of homes in suburban areas fell by 4.5% from July 2015 to July 2016.

The rise in home prices in July could make it harder for some people to find a home.

The Associated Press reported Wednesday, however, that prices are still relatively low.

The AP reported that home sales dropped in March, the second straight month they have fallen, but were still up 2.5%.