Survey: American Voters Want Access to Homeownership Expanded and Believe the Net Worth Sweep is Unfair
- July 11, 2016
**To view the Housing Questionnaire Interested Parties Memo, click here.**
On Wednesday, July 13 at 10:00 am EST, Investors Unite Executive Director Tim Pagliara will host a teleconference to brief Investors Unite members and members of the media on key findings from a recent opinion survey on housing in America.
Pagliara will be joined by Douglas E. Schoen, founder and president of Schoen Consulting, who conducted the survey. On the call, Schoen will discuss highlights from the results, which include demographic data, and views on homeownership, the 2008 housing crash, and housing policy.
Of note, the survey found that “seven in ten likely voters (70%) support the government facilitating policies to make mortgages easier and more widely available.” Respondents also weighed in on the Net Worth Sweep of government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs), Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, which were placed in conservatorship in the aftermath of the financial crisis. The survey found that a plurality of likely voters believed the Sweep is a violation of shareholder rights.
To join the teleconference, please RSVP to [email protected].
WHO: Tim Pagliara, Investors Unite Executive Director and CapWealth Advisors Chairman and CEO
Douglas Schoen, Founder and President, Schoen Consulting
WHAT: IU Teleconference on Housing Questionnaire Findings
WHEN: Wednesday, July 13, 2016 at 10:00 am EST
DIAL IN: 888-632-3384; Code: 13857#
RSVP: Please RSVP to [email protected]
About Investors Unite: Formed by Tennessee investor and CapWealth Advisors Chairman and CEO, Tim Pagliara, Investors Unite (investorsunite.org) is a coalition of over 1,400 private investors from all walks of life, committed to the preservation of shareholder rights for all invested in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. The coalition works to educate shareholders and lawmakers on the importance of adopting GSE reform that fully respects the legal rights of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac shareholders and offers full restitution on investments.