We have seen program after program fail - in my opinion because it favors servicers and is voluntary and they have been hustling the public ever since.....unfortunately all with your support. THE TRADITIONAL PROGRAMS DO NOT AND WILL NOT WORK. We must think out of the box - Congress/Senate has been sitting on their hands afraid to make any moves or at the very minimum hold hearings from regular people. Please look in ...more »
I am a clothing store manager, i am also a student of Economics. Our clothing business is so slow and we are not alone, the whole mall is empty . I hear it often enough from customers, we have no money to spend,many Americans have high credit cards balance.The same banks that the government bailed out turned around and raised the minimum payment, interst rate and lowere thier credit limit or took it away completely. ...more »
Daniel Lytton P.O. Box 684 Mukilteo, WA 98275 email@example.com Secretary Tim Geithner Dear Secretary Geithner: I am a home and small rental property owner who has been hard hit by the banking crisis. I cannot get a loan despite having a credit score over 800. I have been forced to put property on the market and sell for any price to stay solvent. This is how I believe we can fix the housing mortgage ...more »
Why are hyperlinks not available to those who are sharing ideas? At least please make inline URLs clickable. Thank you!
You need to market this by advertising on all of your bureau web sites internally for the employees and externally for the public. Perhaps management should bring it up at meetings too. As a small time employee, I was not aware of this brilliant concept until today.
I have a plan to jumpstart the economy.I am not a financial nor economic genius,(although my late husband definitely WAS),I am just a mom.As you know when schools get into financial trouble,they don't call financial experts,they call the MOMS! I have a way to immediately connect the dots as well as share information that would have a powerful impact on jobs,the housing market and banks.It would also help win the votes ...more »
Do you think it's important for Treasury to incorporate voices and ideas of citizens into Treasury policy? If so, you can vote for this idea or a leave a comment supporting this idea. And if you've got a better idea, submit your own!
Please don't think me pretentious however, the creative dynamics behind this theorum of collective economic and/or daily commercial commuting is far to elaborate to merely convey in such short forum. I can assure you that I have studied, contemplated, and performed near return analysis on these intertwined formuli if you will. If given the proper resources and time (approx) 12-15 (due to seasonal variables in travel modes) ...more »
I have issues with the way that some mortgage companies are abusing the government help. They are taking money and stating that they are going to help the homeowners under this HAMP plan with the way they are servicing the way the do with Trail Payment Plan. I feel if you are going to make the home owners commit to signing a binding document such as the 3 month Trail payment program and states that they have to keep the ...more »
Rather than post each of my "OpenGov" Ideas at 27 different websites, I have posted them at the GSA's website (since they are in the forefront of the OpenGov initiative). So, by this notice, the members of the OpenGov Team for your agency have been informed of those ideas. (At least, now, you can't say you were unaware of them.) http://opengsa.ideascale.com/a/pmd/29640-6960 ALSO -- Your OpenGov Team members, ...more »
Do you think it's important for Treasury to work with citizens to deliver services & execute core missions? If so, you can vote for this idea or a leave a comment supporting this idea. And if you've got a better idea, submit your own!
I don't know if this is the correct DEpt. to suggest this to, but maybe the government should outlaw Adjustible rate mortgages and force the banks to convert all adjustible rate mortgages to "Fixed rate mortgages at the rate that is currently in force as of Jan. 1,2010.