National Housing Act of 1934

Popular Terms
An act created to make home mortgages easier to acquire and also to reduce the foreclosure of family home mortgages by banks and mortgage lending companies. It brought about the creation of federal saving loan insurance corporation and the federal housing administration (FHA), which creates greater opportunities for low-income earners to become home-owners by assisting with mortgages with down payments that are as much as 70% lesser than the average national requirement.

Email Print Embed