I receive information of the White House on the part of, Senior Advisor to the President, on the mortgages and the problem that there is with the topic in the Congress.
The truth that with the times that there is at the moment - yesterday we are also said that JPMorgan has a crater of $2 thousand millions - that somebody of the White House sent you a mail and it titles it:
'An devises that helps all of us.' The good news are always of thanking.
Already passing to the mail in yes, you realize that there is a lot of bottom tide. In the he speaks to me of the refinanciación of a mortgage of the house whose topic can be very confused, or not. It depends of like it is appreciated in the Congress.
The President Obama is requesting to the Congress that to simplify the things for the proprietors.
Although in the mail he speaks in hypothesis that the problem affects me, I doubt it a lot, because I am not American and my house doesn't have mortgage.
For if it is of the interest of you, here I leave them in mail I integrate:
"'An idea that helps all of us'
David Plouffe, The White House
From: David Plouffe, The White House (email@example.com)
Good afternoon --
Right now, refinancing a home mortgage can be confusing and costly -- but it doesn't have to be that way.
And that's why President Obama is asking Congress to make things simpler for responsible homeowners as part of his To-Do List for lawmakers.
All over the country, there are Americans who bought houses before the financial crisis, and they're locked in at high interest rates. Despite staying current with payments, they can't refinance at today's rates, which are historically low.
This issue affects you, even if you have a good rate, or don't have a mortgage at all. Lower monthly payments mean lower foreclosure rates, helping property values in your community. And more money in people's pockets helps to move our economy forward and create jobs.
By improving this process, responsible folks who work hard will be able to feel a little more secure in their finances and a little more secure in their homes.
Lowering the interest rate on your mortgage should be an idea that makes sense for both Republicans and Democrats. Outside the halls of Congress, paying a mortgage isn't a partisan, political issue.
President Obama has done what he can to make refinancing simpler, but unless Congress acts, there's a limit to how much we can help responsible homeowners.
Nothing will help to change the debate more than Americans across the country joining the conversation. We saw your impact a few months ago when Congress finally extended the payroll tax cut, keeping an average of $40 in everyone's paycheck. Now it's time to for more action – this time to help homeowners all over America.
So I'm asking you to talk to people about this refinance proposal and the other ideas on the To-Do List. You can find more info about them on WhiteHouse.gov:
David Plouffe Senior Advisor to the President"