Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 1, 2009
As every newlywed or new parent will tell you getting your family going in this economy is a difficult road to travel. Newlyweds have turned to in-laws for help with down payments for their first homes, if they can help. In addition more families are using special offers for first time buyers, Veteran's benefits, etc. The building of a family; home and children, is no longer the American Dream we once knew. In these rough economic times, young couples just starting out have had issues with getting their engines started.
If you are a Veteran you can try the Veterans Affairs pages online at http://www.homeloans.va.gov or the US Dept. of Housing and Urban development at http://www.HUD.gov, at least you will get some info to help in your search for a safe and suitable environment for your growing family.
In most cases, both parents have to go back to work once the little bundle of joy arrives. Two incomes are needed as jobs are standing on unsteady feet. Some Mothers are looking for at home job opportunities when their children are young, because of child care costs, some cannot leave the home and make enough to justify putting their child in day care. Every parent knows just how much goes into building a family, clothing diapers, schooling, etc. Families in certain areas of the country have access to the entertainment industry for their children. If little Johnny can grab a TV commercial, or some print work, and stick away $50,000 dollars towards college, why not? If the children have fun, why not give it a shot...it is an opportunity many parents attempt. Of course you must know who you are dealing with, and know what they do....
In Los Angeles, Scooter's Fab FC is such a company....specializing in agency placement for the under 5 yr. old club, Scooters has been in the business for over 21 years, and has been educating new parents to the industry, working with licensed and bonded Talent Agents.
All in all new families are not in a position to be frivolous with money these days. Families struggle, but help is out there, you just have to do a little research.