Article Spinning Sample 1

6 Mar

Topic: Mortgage

Each sentence is spun three times so there are four variations of each sentence.

 

{Qualifying for a mortgage is likely to get harder, not easier.|Contrary to popular view, instead of getting easier, it may only become harder to qualify for a mortgage.|Mortgage eligibility is not going to be easier but potentially more difficult.|To qualify for a mortgage is not going to be easier, as many believed, but rather more complicated.} {The goal of Washington in the coming years is to shift more of the mortgage market out of the hands of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and into the hands of the private market.|Private financial institutions will gradually acquire more shares of the mortgage market as the government slowly cuts off Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.| Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will see their shares of the mortgage market gradually moving into the private market in the next few years – a process initiated by Washington.|The government is putting in motion a course of action that will gradually shift mortgage shares from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac into the private market.} {It is admittedly too early to know when and what that transition might look like.|Though it’s a bit too early to tell how well (or badly) it’ll go.|Nonetheless, there’s really no way to know if this move will work out.|Whether or not this transition is going to happen or how it’ll turn out are still guesswork.} {But whether the government backing is scaled down or disappears all together, that means higher borrowing costs.|The end result of this government backing will only mean an increase in borrowing costs.|If the support from the government suddenly stops or slows down, borrowers are still likely to pay higher costs.|Most likely, borrowers are still going to shoulder higher costs whether or not the government curtails or stops its backing in this matter.}

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