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Urge your Senators to Co-Sponsor the Home Building Lending Improvement Act of 2012

June 11, 2012

NAHB LOGOOne of the major hindrances in the housing recovery has been access to credit.  Builders trying to start projects have become stymied due to banks refusing to let them have access to a credit line. In order to combat this current credit crunch, the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) has raised their voice on Capitol Hill to advocate for the housing industry.

Senator Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) has introduced legislation to tackle the credit issue and help builders get back to doing what they do best: Build.

According to an NAHB press release, S. 2078, the Home Building Lending Improvement Act of 2012, directs the banking regulators to issue new regulatory guidance in key areas that have resulted in the credit window being slammed shut on builders in the industry. The legislation removes the barriers to lending while preserving the regulators’ ability to assure the safety and the soundness of the financial institutions they oversee.

However, legislation is not the only thing needed to help builders across the nation. They need your voice to help raise the profile of their plight. How can you take part? Email and call your senators about co-sponsoring S. 2078, the Home Building Lending Improvement Act of 2012.

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Be sure to urge your Senators to Co-Sponsor S. 2078, the Home Building Lending Improvement Act of 2012.

“In this pivotal election year, it is imperative to ensure that presidential and congressional candidates on both sides of the political aisle understand the importance of housing and homeownership,” said NAHB Chairman Barry Rutenberg. “Today, builders from across the land reiterated this message to their legislators and reminded them that there can be no economic recovery without a housing recovery.”

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