Tearing down old houses

Carl Spitzer cwsiv_2nd at HOTPOP.COM
Sat Jun 6 15:02:45 MDT 2009


On Sun, 2009-05-10 at 16:56 -0400, Ernie Lane wrote:
> Jack Tomsky wrote:
> > No it is not a good idea to tear down old houses.  They should be 
> > repaired and used for families.  If occupied they won't be a fire 
> > threat.  There are many decent people who lost their homes and their 
> > jobs, because of the recession.  Rather than the streets they could be 
> > assigned these homes.  
> 
> "Assigned"?  Who do you think owns those?  And what is this, the Soviet 
> Union?
> 

People on welfare are assigned housing usually in hotels.  Why not make
a deal with the banks to allow full families to use these homes
temporarily with the eye to maintenance etc until the market recovers
with first place on buying going to the family.  Make the deal stable
for perhaps two to five years for the market to recover.  The bank gets
maintenance and the family a home and stability to get back on their
feet and when sold the bank gets their money and the city their taxes.  

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