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Too Much Government in Real Estate?

Too much government in real estate?

The Orange County Register’s Jon Lansner reported on a new politics and real estate survey by Move Inc. that found when voting for the next president in the 2012 election, about 70% of Americans said how the candidate plans on addressing the current housing crisis is going to dictate their final decision. Interestingly, more than 56% of Americans aged between 35 and 64 believe the government should have a decreased role in fixing the housing crisis while about 67% of millennials think that the government’s role in the housing crisis should stay the same.

The top issue that survey participants believe the next president should focus on during their first 100 days in office is helping distressed homeowners avoid foreclosure – and we couldn’t agree more. Other key areas that need to be addressed by the upcoming president, according to the survey, is keeping interest rates low and making more affordable mortgage credit available.

Through this ongoing and seemingly endless housing downturn, its clear Americans are split on how the housing crisis will be resolved and are hoping to get solutions from our elected president.  What do you think?

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