A New House � Risks and Benefits

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Running head: A NEW HOUSE – RISKS AND BENEFITS 1 A New House – Risks and Benefits Darrell Dannelley XECO/212 October 7, 2011 Troy Mahone
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A NEW HOUSE – RISKS AND BENEFITS 2 A New House – Risks and Benefits The risks associated with buying a new home are high. It is important to research and have full comprehension all the risk and the benefits that go along with buying a new home. Having a full understanding of this information, a home buyer will be able to make the decision that is right for them. The Federal Reserve System, the Housing and Urban Development and the Federal Housing Administration along with other government bodies influence national fiscal policies that potentially affect the housing market. Inside the Federal Reserve there is a monitoring committee that decides at what time the interest rates increase and decrease. How high or low the interest rate is has a strong influence on housing prices, mortgage rates, and housing starts. Trends show that when interest rates are low more
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This note was uploaded on 10/15/2011 for the course XECO/212 XECO/212 taught by Professor Troymahone during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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