Today like every day I receive message of the White House, rather of their blog. That of today gets me the attention for two things: first the I title thatgives him' It's time to speak up'; and second for that the antivirus that I have in the computer considers it 'suspect.'
As you they know, David Plouffe, is the Senior Advisor to the President in the White House, and when it sends messages they are of much soaked. Deep soaked. In this the topic of the tragedy that can suppose the lost of the roof tries.
Buying a house is an illusion that many times in these times, you this transforming into unfortunate experiencial that not alone it affects the buyer but also to their family.
To have a roof, in some cases has become in: 'Impossible mission.'
David says in this mail: "a home is an essential part of the American dream." And of the not American, also. Here it treats the topic of the refinanciación. It is said that you could refinance the housings at lower prices. Do I wonder, Which is the problem? The solution, according to the Democrats, is the Plan proposed by the President Obama. Or not?
I leave them it leaves of the mail and the link with the White House:
"'It's time to speak up'
David Plouffe, The White House
For Catalina Beleña
For many of us, buying a home is about more than a roof over our heads. It's the place where we'll watch our kids grow up and an investment that will guarantee our long term financial security. There's a reason that a home is an essential part of the American dream.
But right now, owning a home is a source of anxiety for millions of Americans. Last week, we heard from thousands of homeowners who are paying their bills on time but struggling and could benefit from being able to refinance their homes at historically low rates. Unfortunately, too many families who work hard and play by the rules just can't seem to catch a break. Here's what one homeowner in Mission Viejo, California told us:
Listen, people like me aren't looking for a handout. I've got decent credit and if weren't for the value of my home being significantly less than I owe, I would refinance now. If I could refinance at the historically low rates, I could do two things 1) pay off some other debt and 2) buy things I and my family need.
President Obama has proposed a plan that will cut through the red tape keeping millions of responsible homeowners from mortgage relief. It will save these folks hundreds of dollars a month -- and it's starting to get some momentum in Congress.
Any way that you can help the middle income people will go a long way with helping the economy. Home ownership is one of the biggest expenses people have and anything to help them reduce their payments would help immensely. The only thing is cut the red tape ...
We have an opportunity here, and with your help, we can make it a reality.
Senior Advisor to the President"