New Mortgage Write Off May NOT be in Consumers Best Interest
Local consumer advocate Tony Cramer says that the new law that president Bush signed into law may not be all It’s cracked up to be.
When asked what Tony Cramer thought of the new law, Tony said “Its just another way to keep the average consumer down!”
The new law lets consumers “write off” Private Mortgage Insurance aka PMI. Private Mortgage Insurance is insurance that protects the lender just in case the consumer defaults on there mortgage loan, but the consumer has to pay for it monthly.
“Its all another way the Fat Cats are trying to take advantage of everyday folks, The Fact is, big bankers should pay their own mortgage insurance anyway!” Tony says colorfully.
“The way that I see it, If the president, the Congress and the Senate want to impress me, sign into law something that makes the big banks take responsibility for their own insurance instead of charging the little guy!”
Tony Cramer has been working for years “fighting the system” and standing up for homeowners across Arizona. He has helped hundreds of Arizona homeowners break free from the financial chains of the fat cat bankers.
“I know where to get good folks help where they will not ever have to pay this insane insurance fee”
For more information on Tony Cramer you can call him directly at 480-656-2889, or visit www.ArizonaProblemSolver.com.
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