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Summary of Contents Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012 H.R. 4348 Conference Report Title III (Pages 521-576) Signed by the President July 6, 2012 (compiled by ASFPM Vice Chair Bill Nechamen and Merrie Inderfurth, Washington Liaison – using Congressional committee Section-by-Section) in addition to bill language. ——————————————————————————-The authority of the National Flood Insurance Program
Home construction continues to add jobs But employment among an age bracket important to household formation slipped Teke Wiggin Staff Writer May 3, 2013 Builders continued to hire more workers in April, though employment among an age cohort important to household formation slipped, according to today’s jobs report, which showed more overall growth than expected.
Higher Interest Rates Expected from End of Fed Bond Buying On April 9, 2012, in Economist Commentaries, by Lawrence Yun, Chief Economist Mortgage rates and other long-term interest rates are bound to rise measurably in the second half of this year, if not earlier. The Federal Reserve has been aggressive in buying U.S. government bonds
Field Guide to Buying vs. Renting (Updated May 2010) Is it better to Buy or Rent? Whether renting is better than buying depends on many factors. The information listed here will assist you in helping answer this question. Included are statistics and studies on homeowners and renters as well as financing options and tips. (M.
By Lawrence Yun, NAR Chief Economist Interest rates continue at historic lows. Home prices in many markets are more affordable than ever. Indeed, housing affordability conditions are among the best they have ever been. So why aren’t more people buying homes? One reason is exceptionally tight lending criteria have made it difficult for any buyers