Thursday, May 9, 2013
The In View Series, and Business Subjects
In a clear sign that the housing market has strengthened, Fannie Mae has reported earning a record profit for the first quarter of the year. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, government-backed companies that own or guarantee the vast majority of U.S. mortgages, have become profitable again as home prices rise, and fewer homeowners fall into delinquency on their mortgages. The two companies accepted massive government bailouts after the collapse of the U.S. housing market in 2008, and they have used their recent profits to repay some of the money they received from the federal government. The television program In View hosted by Larry King has looked at real estate trends across the United States, and featured episodes about the improving real estate market.
The In View TV series (http://www.inviewseries.com) runs on many local cable networks and prominent cable channels across the United States, informing television audiences about a wide-ranging assortment of subjects. The In View series presents profiles of leading companies and trade associations in many different fields and industries. It also profiles leading and trend-setting schools across the country. The TV program looks at universities, technical schools, community colleges, high schools, middle schools and elementary schools across the United States and Canada.
In View features many episodes about companies, industries and business subjects which small business owners and entrepreneurs across America will find interesting. The television program looks at strategies that leading businesses have used for growth, marketing and management of employees and resources. It features episodes about innovative and thriving companies across the economy.