For many seniors, living well means living comfortably at home. As people age, however, physical challenges can make it hard to get around the house. One solution is to remodel the space to accommodate these challenges.
Headline news reports that our very own Federal Reserve Board has finally put its foot down. "No more" is the message from the Fed. This announcement is causing some financial pundits along with mortgage brokers to stand up and shout out that you better refinance now while you still can.
The banks that got us into our economic mess are putting up barrier after barrier to keep homeowners from refinancing to the now much lower rates. Refinancing could help 11 million Americans stay in their homes by saving them on average $2,500 per year.
Tonight, the president announced a plan to allow for the refinancing of the mortgages of every responsible homeowner -- and many of the primary beneficiaries of this plan would be Republican voters in Tea Party districts. Shouldn't Republicans in Congress line up?
It is time that we considered deeper, more meaningful reforms that would help existing homeowners, encourage prospective buyers and spur the construction, banking and real estate industries now and in the future.
Your speech this Thursday could be one of the most important you have ever delivered. The following are my suggestions for what the speech should include in order for it to resonate with the American people.