White House to Talk Refinancing On Google+ for Homeowners RMN Digital | July 11, 2012 | Americas, E-Governance, Masses, Regions, Social, Social Media | No Comments The White House will host a Google+ Hangout to answer consumer questions about refinancing options, with the participation of Zillow (NASDAQ: Z), a leading real estate information marketplace. According to Zillow, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Shaun Donovan, Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff (pictured left) as moderator and several homeowners will participate in the discussion. Donovan will discuss current and proposed refinancing options, and how those options can help responsible homeowners take advantage of today’s low interest rates. [ Also Read: FTC to Punish Google for Mobile Hacking ] It will take place Thursday, July 12 at 3:15 p.m. EDT. You can find more information at http://whitehouse.gov/live In addition to answering questions from the participating homeowners, Zillow and the Obama administration are soliciting questions about refinancing from the general public. Consumers can ask questions via a special tab on Zillow’s Facebook page or through Twitter, using hashtag #WHHangout. Consumers can ask questions about refinancing options, such as the Home Affordable Refinancing Program, and President Obama’s proposed streamlined refinance for responsible homeowners. Photo courtesy: Zillow Tags:Google, Homeowners, Obama, White House, Zillow Related Posts Is Microsoft’s New Bing Really New? No Comments | Jun 2, 2012 Michael Sievert Joins T-Mobile as Chief Marketing Officer No Comments | Nov 18, 2012 Nintendo 3DS XL Bundle Races into Stores No Comments | Nov 29, 2012 Disney Infinity Toy Story in Space Play Set No Comments | Oct 23, 2013 Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.