Richard, you offered a very well-written posting on how to maintain good credit ratings when purchasing a home. That's an important subject for real estate-related blogs. But a home is not a investment that generates an income stream that pays for itself, as would be the case in the kinds of capital investments we're advocating for growing the free market economy through capital (as opposed to consumption) credit extended to all citizens, including those who do not earn enough to buy a home or newly issued productive capital. Unfortunately, your posting is not appropriate for the blogsite of the Coalition for Capital Homesteading, a growing group that would change the tax and credit laws to enable every citizen to gain an equal opportunity to become an owner of shares of income-producing capital. Richard, please read the summary of the Capital Homestead Act and offer your thoughts on what we propose for growing the economy without inflation, creating millions of new jobs, and turning America into a true nation of owners. Norm Kurland
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