I agree that first time home buyers who are in stable and reasonably well-paid
employment, and have earned good credit ratings have a strong potential
advantage.Those who have bought a new home or are seeking to do so,
but cannot sell their old home are in an ambiguous and financially perilous
situation. Home buyers and home sellers are very often the same people.
A good point, buyer and sellers the same party as offsetting manipulated polls.
I think governmemt is trying to push people into homes again as if its our
responsibility to sustain an indebted nation. They don't get it, buying a
home is "not" an american dream. It is the dream of the debt laden
financial industry the government bailed out with more debt.Americans dream of freedoms, rights, land, and choosing their path. Americans
cannot be forced to buy a home, health care, and poverty is still too great. To
Obama if a man is living in his life without government benefits or entitlement
he is too rich. A "normal" adjusted gross wage of
$250,000/yr is equivalent to 1973 economy, and is an independent American worker
free of debt and living the life his parents had prior to 1980. When Corporate
America crushed labor, profit sharing, and the economy in pre-1980 legislative
proclamation we lost our economic edge in jobs, prosperity, and reality.Its time to crush Wall Street, socialized government, Corporate America,
Mexico, Pancho Villa again, China, and Wal Mart.