Homeownership Finally Makes Political Debate
HOLY COW, HERE WE PROBABLY GO AGAIN.
Well intentioned federal government policies had unforeseen and hyper destructive, unintended economic consequences that led to the melt down of the US housing market and almost bankrupted the world. Now here comes another presidential candidate who promises better things that could lead to a repeated disaster.
I post this in hopes of generating more awareness of what led to the last debacle. Please get and read the book, “Hidden in Plain Sight” for the facts about what really happened. The only way to stop this from happening again is for the voters to understand what caused the last meltdown.
HERE IS THE ARTICLE.
Finally, the issue of homeownership has become a platform talking point in this year’s presidential debate. Yesterday, one of the candidates running for President spoke out about the importance of homeownership in America.
Hillary Clinton detailed a new economic agenda yesterday. In announcing her new agenda, she remarked:
“Homeownership is about more than just owning a home. It is about putting roots down in a community with better schools, safer streets and good jobs. And it is about building wealth, as homeowners build equity in their home one mortgage payment at a time…We must make sure that everyone has a fair shot at homeownership.”
This post isn’t political!
It doesn’t matter that it was Clinton who said it first. It doesn’t matter that she is a Democrat.
What matters is that EVERY candidate for our country’s highest office realizes the important role homeownership plays in the development of our nation.
The fact that homeownership was finally brought to the forefront of the debate is great news – no matter which way you lean politically.