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FDR truly tried to help the people and wanted to make a change. He was mostly successful
with his New Deal Program. Each Program helped a different part of the country and its
people. Focusing only on some programs, which were in the long list of programs in the New
Deal program, it shows that it helped. The FHA or better known as the Federal Housing
Administration helped people at that time who were in a middle class position and wanted
to build or buy a new home in a secure manner.


The administration was formed to insure long-term home mortgages and offered benefits to
both middle class home buyers and lending institutions from which the borrowed their money
to pay for the house. It guaranteed that banks would secure loans. This helped the housing
industry so much, causing new homes to be built and vacant ones to be inhabited once
again. Keeping this in mind there no question if it was beneficial. Building new homes
also helps the wood, paint and tool industry.


Skilled workers are needed, and unemployment goes down. This also helped the economy, the
people and the lending institutions in the long-run. The FHA was incorporated into the new
Department of Housing and Urban Development also known as HUD. The Office continued its
role as mortgage guarantor and widened it area of responsibility to include mortgages lent
to the owners of multifamily dwellings and to public housing authorities as well as
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