Obama stresses refi plan won’t ‘solve all problems’

Obama stresses refi plan won’t ‘solve all problems’

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The president acknowledged that government cannot solve the problems in. In 2008, Mr. Obama became the first Democratic presidential candidate since 1964 to carry Virginia. While the president was.

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Edward DeMarco, Federal housing finance agency director But the approach has its critics, including the Obama. all these efforts on refinancing [and] principal reduction for the folks who are doing.

"These steps I’ve highlighted today will not solve all the problems in the housing market," Obama said. The mortgage plan represents the president’s latest initiative to address the.

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