Listen: Indiana, Denise Pellegrini And Bomba discussed on WBBM Evening News
"Bomba's from a better view of affordability. But certainly not better affordability than there was a year ago that tempers and done contests. The jury's still out on how consumers will respond to those smaller tax refunds summer getting. Savings plan, and then they count on that first quarter tax return. But if you reduce the holding, and they're not going to get that they're getting back every paycheck. So we'll be interested to see if there's any change in their assessment of their income association of realtors says ranking deductions for mortgages along with those for state and local taxes could reduce housing demand. Especially in New England, California and other high tax states. And that's your Bloomberg real estate report. I'm Denise Pellegrini. And Indiana man is taking his parents to corn over the loss of some property that he valued very highly CBS. Pam Coulter free family has its issues, but those issues don't always end up in court. A man who lived with his parents for ten months after his divorce is now suing them for throwing out his pornography collection. The forty year old is suing in Grand Rapids. Michigan federal court and says what his parents sent his belongings to his new home in Indiana, twelve boxes of porn. We're missing"