Jersey Shore Real Estate: Regulatory Reform Expected With Obama Presidency

Jersey Shore Real Estate: Regulatory Reform Expected With Obama Presidency

The upcoming presidential transition comes at a time of great challenges within the housing industry and the economy at large. Consequently, many are wondering what a Barack Obama presidency will mean for real estate and housing issues.

National Association of Realtors analysts expect the Obama administration and the new Democratic-controlled Congress to focus on regulatory reform of the financial services industry, with potential changes to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

This fall, Obama responded to Realtor® Magazine‘s questions about the mortgage crisis, sustainable development, housing affordability and other topics. Read the interview.

To learn more about Jersey Shore real estate, please contact us at 201-788-6182 or visit PatrickParkerHomes.com

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