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I guess I just don't see all the fuss about the government campaigning to solve the mortgage crisis, interest rates, foreclosures, and defaults. It's not their fault that you don't understand real estate and economics. I'm not a realtor nor a CPA, but I do know enough not to borrow more than I can afford to pay back.
It makes a mockery of the majority of us who do whatever it takes to be fiscally responsible. I've seen so many ads on the net to the effect that I can buy a $200K home with $0 down at 1.25%. I'm no genius but at least know if it sounds too good to be true - it isn't. I have to budget to pay my mortgage, taxes, insurance, etc. and the government isn't jumping in to give me a break. They will just tax me more for their so they can get votes from the irresponsible. They have already diminished the equity in my home and the improvements I have made to it. I do have compassion for those in the foreclosure morass but we are all struggling in one way or another. I have to remember to be grateful for my health, family, & sufficient income to get by with some sacrifice.
Big Sky: thanks for offering the question, 1. libs and dems want a complete bail out for the real estate magnates that jumped into the sub prime lending scam. 2. They want to hold the hands of the Idiots who failed to see math 101, duhhh I has no downs payment, duhh and I can now buys dis here 400,000 thousand dollor house,, and I cans get hit with a balloon payment in 7 years of almost 20 times what I earn a year,,, Ill take it. when can I move in. Your right retarded dumb asses who should have bought a trailer put it on lot, and hoped for the best. But no they had to get sucked in by the dems biggest contributors Banks and Sub prime lenders.
First, we are the government. So any "bail outs" come straight out of our pockets in the form of taxes. If a person borrowed money to buy a house and couldn't repay it, then they are evicted from their house and the house is sold at auction or on the open market. People have got to start taking responsibility for their actions! Now, with that said, I hold the banks & lending institutions just as responsible as the people. These companies KNEW that they were giving mortgages to people who couldn't afford to pay them back. That's pure, unadulterated GREED and the banks & lending institutions should be required to pay back the government (me, etc....) for their irresponsibility.
I'm not sure what the best thing to do is, but I don't think it is our governments place to 'bail' them out,, it's not like they were hit with an airplane but more like greed to snooker people into those kinds of loans. It seems to me they could have remedied the situation themselves by offering the same loan at a fixed rate set to what the original interest rate was at that time... They would have lost some money but kept all this from happening..
I agree with you. I guess, the idea is, that there are people who borrowed money that they COULD afford....then perhaps had a variable rate that rose and a piece of property thats value declined...now making that "great deal" a white elephant. Add the possible unemployment of the homeowner...or the increase of cost to heat the home... That is the only thing I can think of...speculation here..but since I am not one of the ones that is in that boat..I would rather see my money going to increase our education quality of our schools. That is the education..readin', writin', 'rithmatic; not the payment of having daycares for teenagers babies in the schools.
That is not the whole picture. "Some" people took out mortgages they could not afford, but the many people now facing problems did not. Home values have fallen drastically making it impossible for people to sell their homes and get back what they put into them. Also, many people took out mortgages when they had good jobs but with hundreds of thousands of jobs lost over the last few years, many people now cannot afford what they could 5 years ago.
I think a lot of Americans might agree with your point of view. I do have a problem with bailing out banks who presumable "knew better" than to write tens of billions in bad loans. How is it okay for one, but not the other? After all, those banks earned billions off their own risky business decisions, why shouldn't they have to pay the piper now? That's what makes the issue a bit sticky for me.
No one can afford homes!!! Truly they are way to expensive and wages aren't rising either oh yeah and to boot all those assholes at the top who have secure jobs and make way to much for what they do are cutting jobs. All i can say is don't live or go to California or washington they suck *** and are way to high priced for the shitty little home you get and beware the people in these areas suck huge amounts of ***...And the burrowing more they what we have is the American way our government is more in-debt then any one of us lol.
I agree 100%... Whatever happend to the business concept of "let the buyer beware" (cavaet emptor) Even though many mortage lenders engaged in predatory practices with when they agressively went after homebuyers with "creative" loans...adjustable APR's..interest only loans, etc. it wasn't illegal....it's still up to the individual to read the fine print and seek expert advice it they needed help.
Why should any one get hand outs? I am tired of entitlements! Not just welfare, and others for the poor. All entitlements. Why our government continues to bail out people and businesses for poor decisions boggles my mind. What is funny is this is one thing the reps. and dems. are agreeing on. The reps. want to bail out the banks "wealthy". The dems want to bail out the mortgagees "poor". lmao