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Response Post 1.Ed Shelter being one the basic need of an individual, I agree with the fact that home ownership is a core component of the American dream. Just as the post identifies, it is true that the development of this act was in response to the great recession that hit the country. It is also true that the act aimed at boosting the economy of the country and it did this mostly by creating jobs and providing relief for the Americans. It aimed at helping the Americans who were left struggling after the recession. Question: Did the act only provide relief in housing? Post 2. Brandy The writer has addressed an important role played by the Fed in ensuring the implementation and enforcement of the Truth in Lending and Regulation Z. I…show more content…
(2005). Building assets, building credit: creating wealth in low-income communities. Washington, D.C: Brookings Institution Press. Smith, M. & Wachter, S. (2011). The American mortgage system: crisis and reform. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. Response Post 1.Ed Shelter being one the basic need of an individual, I agree with the fact that home ownership is a core component of the American dream. Just as the post identifies, it is true that the development of this act was in response to the great recession that hit the country. It is also true that the act aimed at boosting the economy of the country and it did this mostly by creating jobs and providing relief for the Americans. It aimed at helping the Americans who were left struggling after the recession. Question: Did the act only provide relief in housing? Post 2. Brandy The writer has addressed an important role played by the Fed in ensuring the implementation and enforcement of the Truth in Lending and Regulation Z. I support the point that protecting the public from misinformation and misleading information is the first step in regulating extortive real estate transactions. This is a practical approach which will control the operations of real estate agencies and institutions whereby they will be required to give the public all and true information about lending and selling as well as the effects of the future projections on home and property (Retsinas, & Belsky, 2005). Question: It
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