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Home Loans have now Become Affordable for Younger Borrowers with Limited Credits

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Everyone wants a home in their home. But given the rising prices of houses, it is hard to get one without loans. There will be a rise in the price of houses in the next five years by 5-8%. And hence, foreseeing this price increase, a lot of people are rushing forward to purchase the homes when they are still in their budget or possibility. But it is easier for people with a longer credit history to get loans.

But young people with new jobs often find it hard to get home loans. A popular mortgage broker from Los Angeles mentioned that it might be possible for young people to get home loans if they have a credit union account. The salary history of younger people is not sufficient to meet most underwriting requirements. They have low FICO scores; that’s why they can’t get loans.

The credit union does manual underwriting, which allows them to skirt the rigid standards imposed by others. They can give away loans even when the borrower does not tick all the required boxes.

Sometimes young home buyers also need their parents to become the loan co-signers. Not because they have bad credit but because they have to pay high down-payment and high interest. Most of the youngsters make money but can’t spend it on the loan because they have to pay off student loans. In such cases, parents can help out their kids and Co-sign the loan with them and gift their child money for a down payment.

Buying a home is a dream come true for youngsters. It is better to buy a home now, rather than waiting for another ten years.

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Trump and Twitter feud escalates as Twitter flags Trump’s tweet on Minnesota Protests

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Everyone is aware of the ongoing situation in America. Not only is the country under turmoil, but there are also undercurrents of protests against the Trump administration. The situation escalated quickly when George Floyd, a black man, was killed by four white policemen.

Citizens are calling it an act of white male supremacy, and are demanding justice for George Floyd. The police officers were restraining Floyd for some reason, but video footage of the incident shows a police officer leaning on the neck of Floyd as he asks for mercy and gasps for breath.

The four policemen have since been suspended from duty, and the FBI is doing a Federal civil rights probe. There have been protests across the country, for the cause of Black Rights. George Floyd’s death has sparked riots across the country.

Recently, there was a protest in Minnesota that went out of hand. And President Trump did not lose the time to tweet about it. In the tweet, he called the protestors thugs. He also warned that, as soon as “the looting begins, the shooting begins.”

This tweet did not sit well with Twitter because it violated the terms and conditions of Twitter. It promoted the glorification of violence. That’s why the tweet was flagged, and a notice was placed on it.

Later, the White House Tweeter handle, reposted the tweet from Trump’s account. The war between Twitter and Trump seems to be growing tense. President Trump is calling out Twitter and wants to revoke the 230.

Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which protects the authenticity of the platform. Trump and his supporters want to amend the section and revoke the 230. As the situation gets out of hand, it seems to be seen who will win the Twitter war.

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