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Homelessness & Vets

Ok, I tried to buy a condo in vegas and help no less than five vets in town each at different times. None of them had ever used their down assistance and all of them were in a bad mental state. None of them wanted to use the tax credit available. I tried also, although not a vet and realized that I couldn't afford the total cost of the condo. The price was just too much. Even for a poor area. So why is this the case. To me I've lived with paying almost and sometimes 3 to 4 times over what some owners mortgage was. This last time was no different. So even when I've had 50%down for a low cost house I was turned down because of bad credit. I don't understand. Many times I could have owned a house with a mortgage if only the banks that all got government help were willing to give me a loan. That was with a steady job, a down payment and easy recognizable credit like student loans. But no, they won't even bother to look at you if you dont' meet there minimum loan amount usually over 50k. Ok, news flash, I'm poor. I'll probably always be poor. So what do they think is going to happen to the country if they do this to even one of its citizens? Sincerely, Disappointed.


p.s. Why is information still discrimant?



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Idea No. 38