[:en]Homeownership Finally Makes Political Debate [:es]La propiedad de la vivienda finalmente crea debate político[:]

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This is not a political post!

Finally, the issue of homeownership has become a platform talking point in this year’s presidential debate. Yesterday, one of the candidates running for President spoke out about the importance of homeownership in America.

Hillary Clinton detailed a new economic agenda yesterday. In announcing her new agenda, she remarked:

“Homeownership is about more than just owning a home. It is about putting roots down in a community with better schools, safer streets and good jobs. And it is about building wealth, as homeowners build equity in their home one mortgage payment at a time…We must make sure that everyone has a fair shot at homeownership.”

This post isn’t political!

It doesn’t matter that it was Clinton who said it first. It doesn’t matter that she is a Democrat.

What matters is that EVERY candidate for our country’s highest office realizes the important role homeownership plays in the development of our nation.

The fact that homeownership was finally brought to the forefront of the debate is great news – no matter which way you lean politically.[:es]Finalmente, la cuestión de la propiedad de la vivienda se ha convertido en un punto de conversación en la plataforma del debate presidencial este año. Ayer, una de las candidatas a la presidencia hablo sobre la importancia de ser propietario de casa en América.

Hillary Clinton detalló ayer una nueva agenda económica. Al anunciar su agenda nueva, ella señaló:

“La propiedad de vivienda es más que simplemente ser dueño de una casa. Se trata de arraigar raíces en una comunidad con escuelas mejores, calles más seguras y trabajos buenos. Es en cuanto a crear riqueza, a medida que un propietario de casa crea riqueza en su casa un pago hipotecario a la vez…debemos asegurarnos que cada uno tenga la misma oportunidad de ser propietario de casa”.

¡Este ‘post’ no es de política!

No importa que fue Clinton quien lo dijo primero. No importa que ella sea demócrata.

Lo que importa es que CADA candidato para la oficina más alta de nuestro país se dan cuenta del lugar importante que la propiedad de la vivienda ha tenido en el desarrollo de nuestra nación

El hecho de que la propiedad de la vivienda finalmente se trajo a la vanguardia del debate es una gran noticia – no importa de qué lado usted se inclina políticamente.[:]

[:en]Homeownership Finally Makes Political Debate [:es]La propiedad de la vivienda finalmente crea debate político[:]

Homeownership Finally Makes Political Debate | Simplifying The Market

[:en] This is not a political post! Finally, the issue of homeownership has become a platform talking point in this year’s presidential debate. Yesterday, one of the candidates running for President spoke out about the importance of homeownership in America. Hillary Clinton detailed a new economic agenda yesterday. In announcing her new agenda, she remarked: ...

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[:en]Homeownership Finally Makes Political Debate [:es]La propiedad de la vivienda finalmente crea debate político[:]

Homeownership Finally Makes Political Debate | Simplifying The Market

[:en]

This is not a political post!

Finally, the issue of homeownership has become a platform talking point in this year’s presidential debate. Yesterday, one of the candidates running for President spoke out about the importance of homeownership in America.

Hillary Clinton detailed a new economic agenda yesterday. In announcing her new agenda, she remarked:

“Homeownership is about more than just owning a home. It is about putting roots down in a community with better schools, safer streets and good jobs. And it is about building wealth, as homeowners build equity in their home one mortgage payment at a time…We must make sure that everyone has a fair shot at homeownership.”

This post isn’t political!

It doesn’t matter that it was Clinton who said it first. It doesn’t matter that she is a Democrat.

What matters is that EVERY candidate for our country’s highest office realizes the important role homeownership plays in the development of our nation.

The fact that homeownership was finally brought to the forefront of the debate is great news – no matter which way you lean politically.[:es]Finalmente, la cuestión de la propiedad de la vivienda se ha convertido en un punto de conversación en la plataforma del debate presidencial este año. Ayer, una de las candidatas a la presidencia hablo sobre la importancia de ser propietario de casa en América.

Hillary Clinton detalló ayer una nueva agenda económica. Al anunciar su agenda nueva, ella señaló:

“La propiedad de vivienda es más que simplemente ser dueño de una casa. Se trata de arraigar raíces en una comunidad con escuelas mejores, calles más seguras y trabajos buenos. Es en cuanto a crear riqueza, a medida que un propietario de casa crea riqueza en su casa un pago hipotecario a la vez…debemos asegurarnos que cada uno tenga la misma oportunidad de ser propietario de casa”.

¡Este ‘post’ no es de política!

No importa que fue Clinton quien lo dijo primero. No importa que ella sea demócrata.

Lo que importa es que CADA candidato para la oficina más alta de nuestro país se dan cuenta del lugar importante que la propiedad de la vivienda ha tenido en el desarrollo de nuestra nación

El hecho de que la propiedad de la vivienda finalmente se trajo a la vanguardia del debate es una gran noticia – no importa de qué lado usted se inclina políticamente.[:]

[:en]Homeownership Finally Makes Political Debate [:es]La propiedad de la vivienda finalmente crea debate político[:]

Homeownership Finally Makes Political Debate | Simplifying The Market

[:en] This is not a political post! Finally, the issue of homeownership has become a platform talking point in this year’s presidential debate. Yesterday, one of the candidates running for President spoke out about the importance of homeownership in America. Hillary Clinton detailed a new economic agenda yesterday. In announcing her new agenda, she remarked: ...

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