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Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Finding Low Income Housing

Just the other day, I was watching a documentary about homeless families in the US. I was sobbing as I watched the show. It crushed my heart when I listen to the children's concern while living in their cars. In the US, poverty and homelessness turns up in numbers when their parents lose their jobs and failed to pay their mortgage. It is sad to note that one-fourth of the homeless in the US is found in Florida. The children were interviewed and they expressed their fears while sleeping in their cars. That they feared for they lives on the streets.

How did this happen in the US? When the real estate business hit rock bottom, there are so many families affected. Thousands of houses foreclosed and some were being put up on short sale listings. So many companies closed their businesses and thousands of employees lose their job. When their savings gone, they stop paying their mortgage and eventually, lose their homes. They were left with no options but, to find work and strive to survive on the streets.

There is hope for them though because if the household income is less than 40K a year, they are qualified to get a low income housing units all over the country. If you knew anyone who needed a home, let them know about the Website of Check out this link: low income housing for they have more than 50,000 available properties intended for needy families who needed low income housing.

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