Posts Tagged ‘mortgage-crisis’

It didn’t take too long till I heard back from my [letter to the editor][1]: > Thank you for contacting us. Please note that the article you are looking for is “A Mortgage You Can Pay” on page 140 from March’s “Neighborhood Watch.” We will certainly pass along your request that every cover line be […]

Saturday, March 21st, 2009 at 22:54 | 0 comments
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There was something interesting in the president’s [speech to congress][1] last night: > I will do whatever it takes to help the **family that has saved** and still can’t get a mortgage. It’s about helping people. Because when credit is available again, that young family can finally buy a new home. I find this interesting, […]

Wednesday, February 25th, 2009 at 18:08 | 0 comments
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I am almost finished reading Suze Orman’s 2009 Action Plan (which I [downloaded free][1] a while back). I won’t say it has been a waste of time, but there is nothing really new in the book. Here is my summary of the valuable information found in the book: 1. Reality has changed. 2. It is […]

Sunday, February 22nd, 2009 at 22:23 | 0 comments
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I’ve been meaning to write about my feelings on the current real estate “crisis” for a while, but I think what I have to say is better summed up by Suze Orman in her 2009 Action Plan (which I [downloaded free][1] a while back): > I have a moral problem with bailing out homeowners and […]

Friday, February 20th, 2009 at 21:48 | 0 comments
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I was reading in the AARP Bulletin this month a story about how bankruptcy judges should be able to cram down loans. The most interesting part of the article was an explanation from a non-profit: > Jed Davis, chief executive officer of Neighborhood Partnership Housing Services in Ontario, Calif.,a nonprofit operating in a region hit […]

Friday, January 23rd, 2009 at 00:32 | 0 comments
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