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Congresswoman Brown confirms commitment to assisting with housing needs

20th Mar, 2013back


Congresswoman Corrine Brown spoke in Washington on March 18th regarding the housing crisis in Florida. She spoke of the crisis taking priority on her agenda and expressed her commitment to her constituents in Florida as they battle through the real estate market crash.


"Assisting my constituents with their housing needs has always been one of my top priorities ever since I was first elected to Congress in the early 1990s; in fact, I have held yearly housing conferences and workshops to assist my constituents to purchase a home of their own, as well as help Floridians to keep their homes if they fall into danger of foreclosure or having trouble paying their mortgage," she said.


As Florida has taken pole position for the past six months in foreclosure figures, with one in every 282 homes in stages of distress, congresswoman Brown acknowledged that there is still a way to go before full recovery can be declared. She stated that she is well aware of the difficulties being faced by Florida residents to make their first home purchase or to keep their existing home.


The Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America (NACA) scheme, which offers assistance through homeownership seminars, counseling and refinance opportunities, has seemingly left an impression on the congresswoman after she witnessed the positive effects in Jacksonville.


Congresswoman Brown went on to say that the resources and knowledge provided by NACA to those in need is nothing less than remarkable and that she categorically believes that these programs are desperately needed in these difficult economic times. She intends to encourage congress to introduce such projects in her own district.