September 23, 2023


Making a New Home

NAR Urges Congress to Work on Long-Term Debt Ceiling Solution

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Such a answer is necessary to “maintain stability and faith in the American economy,” stated NAR Pres. Charlie Oppler, pursuing a assembly at the White Residence.

WASHINGTON – Subsequent a meeting at the White Home with President Joe Biden and other enterprise leaders on the nation’s credit card debt ceiling, National Association of Realtors® President Charlie Oppler has issued the following statement:

“NAR is inspired by reviews Congressional leaders are working on a brief-expression credit card debt ceiling extension next our meeting.

“With additional than $8 trillion in mortgage loan debt backed by the federal governing administration, the real estate sector is hugely prone to current market instability. A credit card debt default would unleash unwanted and unfamiliar damage on the financial state and our 1.5 million associates, most of whom are compact business house owners. And soaring desire costs would serve a devastating blow to the homeownership dreams of numerous American families.

“We really encourage Congress to preserve operating on a long-time period credit card debt ceiling alternative to sustain security and religion in the American economic system.”

Source: Countrywide Association of Realtors®

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