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Mitt Romney Housing Plan Short On Details (Again)

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If elected president, Mitt Romney would reform Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, sell 200,000 vacant foreclosed homes owned by the government and promote “sensible, not overly complex” financial regulation that gets credit flowing again.

He would also “spare thousands of families from going through the foreclosure process” by making foreclosure alternatives easier.

How would he go about doing this? As with an abridged version of the plan that appeared on the campaign website a few weeks ago, this seven-page white paper (including the title page) called “Securing the American Dream and the Future of Housing Policy” includes no details.

It does, however, include a bit more blame.

President Barack Obama’s housing programs “have been poorly administered with constantly changing terms and overstated goals that have never been met,” the plan says.

via Mitt Romney Housing Plan Short On Details (Again).

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Written by edparnell

September 24, 2012 at 8:49 am

Posted in Politics

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