Cutting New Hampshire’s real estate transfer tax “would put more money in the hands of the sellers and buyers” without reducing state revenues, according to Rep. Brian Chirichiello, R-Derry, who testified Tuesday before the House Ways and Means Committee, ignoring an analysis that says such a change would reduce state and county revenues by $77 million over the next four years. | Keep Reading at NHBR
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