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  • Federal Housing Administration Case Study

    After the catastrophic financial crisis and housing crash that occurred in 2008, many banks and lenders began to clamp down on the mortgage qualification process. Prior to the great recession, it was easy for borrowers to qualify for no down payment home loans and 100 percent financing. Today, the tide has drastically changed and loans with no down payment requirements are hard to come by. However, it is not impossible to find a lender willing to finance an entire loan without a down payment. Low and No Money Down Mortgages It is a common misconception among many potential borrowers that all banks offering conventional mortgages require 20 percent down. Although it is normal in the industry to put 20 percent down, it is not an absolute requirement.…

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  • Dream Home Research Paper

    down more of your debt. You don’t want to appear to be a credit risk to lenders right now. Build a history of timely repayment. CONSIDER RENTING If you’re still in the house that was foreclosed you might consider staying for a while. Learn about the Freddie Mac “REO Rental Initiative”. It gives qualified individuals a chance to pay rent on a month to month basis on the foreclosed property until the house is sold. This is a great option if you need time to find another place to live. The…

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  • Value Of Reparation

    had been guilty of racial discriminatory practices, such as redlining and predatory financial lending.” Approaching reparations with a focus on housing discrimination has two advantages: it is recent and it is measureable. Housing discrimination is an issue that is still relevant to the current housing climate in America. Therefore it is possible to accurately calculate reparations based on housing and loan statistics. Housing discrimination also highlights the concern of the wealth gap…

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  • Holc's Appraisal System Case Study

    The nation 's inner cities and suburbs appear to be racially segregated because of the policies of Federal Housing Administration (FHA) and Home Owners Loan Corporation (HOLC) in the past. The HOLC was signed into law on June 13, 1933 by the request of President Roosevelt. HOLC devised an appraisal system that undervalued neighborhoods that were dense, mixed, or aging. In this appraisal system, the green A area, as the first grade, was a new, homogeneous, and suitable to live in; the blue B, as…

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  • 1950s Vs Today Essay

    Life in the 1950s vs. Today In comparison with recent times, throughout the 1950s, there was equal unemployment, more births, less women employed, a movement from large cities to the suburbs, housing shortages, changes in health, changes in transit, and multiple corporations maximized. Although some of these can be deemed negative, it always shapes history and leads us to where we are today. The 1950s decade became known as the “Baby Boom”. There was a prediction of 5 million births by the end…

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  • Gentrification Essay

    In addition to these acts there is also three executive orders: Executive Order 12898: Federal Actions to Address Environmental Justice in Minority Populations and Low-Income Populations Executive Order 13006: Locating Federal Facilities on Historic Properties in Our Nation 's Central Cities Executive Order 13007: Indian Sacred Sites In addition, there is the: Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) which congress pushed through in 1977 to reduce discriminatory credit practices against low-income…

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  • Aging In Nursing Home Research Paper

    Introduction In the next several years, there is going to be a huge increase in the population of older adults. Because of this, financial resources are going to be stretched thin, long term care facilities are going to be overly population, and older adult will outnumber caregivers by immense amounts. Aging in place is one major way to help prevent these things from happening to the older adult population. Over 95% of older adults agree and would rather stay in their homes then being moved…

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  • Applied Aviation Safety Case Study

    Applied Aviation Safety The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has the mission of “providing the safest and most efficient aerospace system in the world” (FAA, n.d.). In order to accomplish this mission, they analyze information from many sources and determine where safety needs improvement in the aviation industry and then look for solutions to the issues. In 2006, the FAA wrote AC 120-92, Introduction to Safety Management Systems (SMS) for Air Operators, to establish a voluntary system…

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  • Southwest Airlines Swot Analysis

    A significant strength of Southwest is its outstanding customer service. In August 2009, Southwest Airlines won the top spot for the fourth year in a row in Logistic Management Magazine’s “Quest for Quality” awards, for which it earned the highest scores in the Ontime Performance, Value, and Customer Service categories (“Southwest Airlines Cargo Earns 2009 Quest for Quality Award,” 2009). Southwest has scored higher than the overall weighted industry for 13 consecutive years, as well…

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  • F22 And B2 Compare And Contrast

    Aviation developed very fast in last century. From aircrafts to drones. There are many interesting aircraft types and different usage of air vehicles. Especially some war technologies develop very well like war aircrafts.In todays conditions of war and military necessitate very devoloped aircrafts like F22 and B2. Under this circumstances wars are very hard. With today technologies aircrafts makes unbelievable things. Especially F22 Raptor and B2 aircrafts are the most devoloped war aircrafts…

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