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We previously disclosed the abject failure of Obama's last plan to help homeowners in
mortgage trouble, where Freddie Mac squandered $3.5 Billion and homowners got screwed.
Now, Obama is following the same template and wants to deposit another $10 billion into the
same black hole, announcing it could SAVE home-owners $3,000 per year on their mortgage bill.
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So now, Congress is supposed to jump on the bandwagon and authorize another $10 Billion to funnel into the pockets of his favorite campaign contributors? Freddie burned through the first $3.5 Billion in a heartbeat, and screwed the very people it was supposed to be assisting by blocking their refinancing opportunities, while it invested in enterprises by which it could profit.
The requirements for refinanced loans under this program include
1) The homeowner can't be behind on payments
[those in primary need of assistance]
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3) The homeowner must be employed [eliminating retirees and job-hunters -- those most in need.
So, essentially, if you have a job, a good FICO score, and you've never missed or been late on a mortgage payment, you can qualify for this program -- and you'll qualify for this program, if Freddie doesn't spend the money on something else first.
The probability, though, is that if you meet all these criteria, you've already refinanced your mortgage to a lower rate, and your monthly mortgage bill is about as low as it's ever going to get. For the homeowners this proposal is SUPPOSED to help, they won't qualify, and $10 Billion will be available to Freddie Mac to once again "invest" [read: squander].
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So, who will get this $10 Billion largesse? Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, and more Friends of Obama. In the process, banks will have to pay more fees to Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, and new fees will be federally authorized to add on to HUD Form 1 -- raising the cost to homeowners, once again.
Once again, we hope Congress can see through still another expensive Obama scam.
[Naah! Never Happen!]