Monday, June 18, 2012
History of American Mortgage: part 2- The War Years
Also in the 1940s, soldiers were returning home from the war and seeking new housing for their families. The new GI Bill of Rights included low-cost mortgages as a benefit for America's servicemembers. The FHA provided low-cost mortgages to thousands of returning veterans in after WW2, enabling many to buy their first homes.
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