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Featuring Congressman Fitzpatrick’s Constituant Advocates

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We are joined today by Katie Brown and Kelly McGinty from Congressman Michael Fitzpatrick’s office. Katie and Kelly are “constituent advocates”. A great term to tell us that they work for us. As a Member of the 109th Congress Mike could be describes as an independent- minded advocate for his constituents. He fought for stronger borders, lower taxes and smaller budget deficits. Locally he worked successfully to bring the National Veterans’ Cemetery to Bucks County. Mike is presently on the “Committee on Financial Services.”

So last week we discussed credit and financial IO. This week has had some interesting current events: The New Consumer Bureau and it priority; Has President Obama’s Housing Policy Failed; Foreclosure Nightmares. The New Consumer Bureau sounds great. It protects consumers. Can’t argue with that. However we are in a mortgage lending crisis so clamping harder on the mortgage industry seems counterproductive to me. Obama Administration is selling the same thing that bad loan officers sell. Rate! Mortgages are more than just a low rate. This will not solve the problem.

Ever since the mortgage crisis began with the meltdown of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac the government has tried to fix the problem with lower interest rates.

Today we have the opportunity to spend an hour with Congressman Fitzpatrick’s team and discuss what kinds of issues they are experiencing when communicating with existing lenders.

Please join us live at www.wbcb1490.com for the open discussion with Sandy. Our discussion topic will be credit and credit scores and the effects of those scores. .

Each week we discuss the myths of the mortgage market. It is not about rate. A higher rate with no mortgage insurance may provide a lower payment.

Next week we hope to be joined by another member of Right Side Up to discuss what to do if you are not sure you can afford to sell your home.

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