Introduction by John Anthony, click Sustainable Freedom Labs: FHA loans, require as little as 3.5% down, plus a 1.75% upfront insurance premium payment to help FHA cover any losses. Then the borrower pays .85% of their mortgage monthly into an insurance fund to keep it solvent. In a last ditch move, former President Obama floated a .25% reduction Continue Reading
“Our Town” news for Orangetown, Clarkstown & N. Bergen (NY) Right and Wrong Washington, D.C. elites also have plans for Pearl River by Michael Bongiorno July 20, 2016 Recently, a movement has stirred among some Pearl River residents to incorporate the hamlet as a village. The purpose of the incorporation would be to increase local Continue Reading
If you’re still standing after watching the first 5 minutes of the video click http://wp.me/p6y1jc-r5 to read more about the new section 8 housing regulation and for an overview click AFFH overview for an article by Stanley Kurtz.
Hillary’s rumored running mate, Housing Secretary Julian Castro, is cooking up a scheme to reallocate funding for Section 8 housing to punish suburbs for being too white and too wealthy. New York Post Obama’s last act is to force suburbs to be less white and less wealthy By Paul Sperry, May 8, 2016 The scheme involves Continue Reading
Lawyer, author, and radio show host; people either love him or hate Mark Levin, but for those who hate him, they can’t diminish what he clarifies in this video about AFFH.
By Smith Young, It’s a conflict of interest when on one hand HUD is effectively selling housing to a targeted group while on the other hand pushing money across the table to finance them. Looking at it that way, there’s something wrong with this picture. The above is an honest generalization based on the dirty Continue Reading
Obama with smirking Julian Castro, HUD Secretary THEDAILYSIGNAL, Sep 8, 2015 By Vanessa Calder, (click here for article) The U.S. inspector general estimates that 25,226 households occupying public housing units exceed the Housing and Urban Development Department (HUD)’s 2014 eligibility income limits. In New York City, one household was making an Continue Reading
Next City By Alexis Stephens | July 10, 2015 HUD Secretary Julián Castro had a busy day in Chicago on Wednesday. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak) When large-scale housing interventions come from government — whether a city’s housing task force or the head of HUD — there’s inevitably going to be people who say the government is Continue Reading