Will Foreclosures Cost Obama the Presidency?

A lot of back and forth has gone on this election year between the GOP and the Democrats. America, much like this election night, reveals a nation at odds with itself over what course is best. For incumbent Obama, it just may all boil down to what fueled the Great Recession in the first place – a housing market gone mad. Will Romney take the White House over Obama’s cautious approach to cleaning up the housing disaster?

Mitt Romney’s Summer Home – the Sequel

The controversy over the size of Mitt Romney’s proposed extension to his summer home is still rumbling on. Regular readers may remember an article a week or so back commenting on this subject, but now Movoto has released a new tool allowing you to Romneysize your home.

Mitt Romney’s Plans for Expanded Summer Home Create Criticism

With Rick Santorum out of the race, Mitt Romney is facing center stage, and like all candidates this is leaving him vulnerable to criticism. The one thing the average American homeowner wants to know is whether or not the candidates can relate to them.

To Do, Or Not To Do? That is The Question…

Five years into the housing crisis, and with almost one in three mortgages underwater, the worrying news that residential property prices are once again falling is a sure sign that things aren’t getting any better. In fact, they could be about to get a whole lot worse, as falling property prices will no doubt lead

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Mitt Romney Says Banks Should Be Allowed to Proceed with Foreclosures

Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney has stated that he believes that the best way to help housing markets to recover is to let home foreclosures “hit the bottom”. Speaking to the Las Vegas Review Journal ahead of a presidential debate in Nevada, Mr. Romney said that he thought banks should be allowed to carry through

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