Student Loan Debt Hurts Economy, Consumers, and Retirement Savings

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York has release information which reinforces troubling issues raised about the damage student loan debt is causing in America. When you live in a society like ours that is dependent on consumers to consumer goods and services, a reduction in the ability for growing sections of society to do … Read more

These Inexpensive Homes Could Help Fix Rural America’s Affordable Housing Crisis

Students at Auburn University may be turning their home-building expertise into real-world housing market solutions. Since 1993, the university’s Rural Studio Design Workshop has allowed students to ditch the comforts of campus and head to the state’s Black Belt region — where poverty is high and jobs are scarce — to create innovative and affordable … Read more

Graduate From College With Good Grades And Get A New House

An inovative new program from Paul Quinn College in Dallas, Texas significantly rewards students that graduate within five years, with a grade point average of 3.0 or higher, secure employment in the Dallas metropolitan area, maintain a good credit history and donate 400 hours of volunteer time to the community. University president Michael Sorrell is … Read more