The real facts about the FHA

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A sign announces an open house for a home for sale in Silver Spring, Maryland, May 23, 2010.

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  • The FHA's risky lending practices will result in a half-million new foreclosures among the 4 million loans insured since 2008.

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  • FHA is the government's subprime lender.

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  • We can strengthen homeowner opportunity and our national economy by fixing FHA's abusive practices.

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Tomorrow, the National Association of Realtors (NAR) will be running its second ad presenting what it calls facts about FHA. Not being satisfied with the FHA’s decades-long lending nightmare that has resulted in an estimated 3.2 million dashed homeowner dreams since 1975, it is launching a new ad campaign entitled “FHA Facts”.

Click here to see the new FHA ad

NAR says its one million members “oppose any changes to FHA that will cause a disruption to the housing sector…” and now is not the time for reform. They’ve said that for over 60 years. FHA’s decades long history of hurting working-class families and communities must end. It is time to give 315 million Americans an FHA they can be proud of. Get the real facts about FHA’s failures.

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