XECO212 Week 5 CheckPoint A New House Risks and Benefits

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CheckPoint: A New House—Risks and Benefits CheckPoint: A New House—Risks and Benefits Gregory Mann XECO/212 University of Phoenix Xeco/212
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CheckPoint: A New House—Risks and Benefits The housing market presents plenty of risks and benefits to those planning to purchase a new home in the next two years. The current state of the American economic market has impacted home sales and created situations for consumers, requiring more research and planning in the purchase of a new home. In order to maximize the benefits and increase the overall level of satisfaction of their purchase, perspective homeowners should involve the government and its national plans and policies involving the housing market. Government agencies and government policies have an impact on the housing market and can influence the decision making process of buying a new home. The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is an example of one the agencies available to consumers. HUD is an agency for those needing counseling and education of the home buying process. HUD has policies for consumers that protect them from fraud and unfair practices involving the housing market. Consumers who have never imagined being able to own
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2010 for the course ECO 212 AACL0RVXH3 taught by Professor Shivers during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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