Home Owner Action Center

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The National Association of Realtors® (NAR) recently urged federal regulators to go back to the drawing board on a proposed Qualified Residential Mortgage (QRM) rule.

NAR forged the broad-based Coalition for Sensible Housing Policy, which includes 46 organizations focused on drawing attention to the proposed 20% down payment requirement. NAR and its coalition partners gathered the support of 53 U.S. Senators, who wrote to regulators expressing their intent on QRM and opposing the imposition of a sizable down payment; 293 House members signed a similar letter.

The goal of the Home Owner Action Center is to fight any legislation that serves to undermine the American Dream of Home Ownership for hardworking, creditworthy Americans.  

Here are some additional resources to help you get more information about the work of the National Association of REALTORS® nationwide in support home ownership:

 

 Provide resources to home owners to help protect their investment. Please visit our consumer website HouseLogic.com to learn more
 Host public events like our Home Ownership Matters bus tour around the country that promote the value of home ownership
 Provide resources to home owners to help protect their investment. Please visit our consumer website HouseLogic.com to learn more about building your investment in your home
 Placement of ads like this one in papers promoting home ownership and sensible, bi-partisan legislation that serves to restore a strong and vibrant housing market
 Publish white papers like our recent white paper on the Qualified Residential Mortgage
 Work with and in support of a broad coalition of organizations like The Coalition for Sensible Housing Policy 
 Write letters to the editor and op eds in support of housing 
 Host public events like our Home Ownership Matters bus tour around the country that promote the value of home ownership 
 Provide resources to home owners to help protect their investment. Please visit our consumer website HouseLogic.com to learn more