Monthly Archives: September 2012

Two Political Conventions Ignore Housing Policy

The Democrats have demonstrated a more activist housing program than the Republicans. They want more government involvement. They want more government subsidies. They want more government direction of the free market. But both parties have been sobered by the housing … Continue reading

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A guide to landlord mortgages

In light of the problematic nature of the current financial climate, many investors are looking for alternative ways in which to make their capital work for them in raising extra income. Interest rates and returns on cash investments are not … Continue reading

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Considering mortgages for investment property

Having a second property for investment purposes can have many benefits. Short term, investment properties can provide a good source of regular income, as they can be let to tenants for rent. Over time, this rent can be used to … Continue reading

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Why Do Liberals Hate George Bailey?

“Prager H2: Dennis talks to his good friend and fellow talk show host, Mike Gallagher. His new book is 50 Things Liberals Love to Hate.” Dennis: “Why do liberals hate George Bailey, the lead character in It’s A Wonderful Life? … Continue reading

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Obama’s Pioneering Role In The Subprime Bubble

When he was a community activist and a lawyer in 1995, Barack Obama led a discrimination lawsuit against Citibank that secured subprime mortgages for 186 African-Americans in Chicago. The Daily Caller reports that as few as 19 of these 186 … Continue reading

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