Housing Status Quo Not Working and Voters Blame Banks

“It’s too difficult for people like me to buy a home”

By Jeff Sorg, OnlineEd Blog

canstockphoto23094189reportgraph1(July 27, 2016) – According to a recent report by Schoen Consulting, voters believe that the housing status quo is not working, especially for people of color, and they blame banks and the federal government for not helping with policies to help with homeownership, affordable housing, and more lending. Additionally, a majority 53% of American voters believe that “It’s too difficult for people like me to buy a home,” and 41% of likely voters agree that “Banks don’t want to provide mortgages to people like me.” View or download the report here.

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Jeff Sorg is a co-founder of OnlineEd®, a Web-based vocational school founded in 1997 where he also serves as Corporate Secretary, Chief Operating Officer, and School Director. Sorg holds vocational instructor licenses in Oregon, Washington, California, and Nevada and has authored numerous pre-licensing and continuing education courses. Sorg was awarded the International Distance Education Certification Center's CDEi Designation for distance education in 2008. OnlineEd® provides real estate, mortgage broker, insurance, and contractor pre-license, post-license, continuing education, career enhancement, and professional development and designation courses over the Internet.