HUD Secretary Ben Carson apparently doesn’t know what an REO is

Can you "explain the disparity in REO rates. Do you know what an REO is?" Rep. Katie Porter (D-Cali.) asked Department of Housing and Urban Department (HUD) Secretary Ben Carson during a hearing on

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Housing and urban development secretary ben carson didn’t seem to know what a congresswoman was talking about when she asked a question related to foreclosures during a congressional hearing on.

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Ben Carson Confuses "REO" With "Oreo" | The View Because of that, OREO is also the term that many bankers use when referring to REO properties. Regardless, the "O" in that term does not stand for organization, and it was fairly clear in the remainder of Porter’s questioning of Carson that the HUD secretary was not familiar with REO, OREO, or any other similar acronym.

On Tuesday, Housing and Urban Development secretary Ben Carson. Porter: Do you know what an REO is? Carson: An Oreo? Porter: No, not an Oreo. An REO. Carson: Real estate. Porter: What’s the “O”.

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"Do you know what an REO is?" Porter asked. "An Oreo?" Carson replied, apparently thinking of cookies. After that exchange, Carson said he would get Porter in touch with "people who do that" (deal with foreclosed properties) at HUD, though that was something she was already somewhat of an expert, having been California’s independent monitor of banks in a nationwide $25 billion.