Newly-christened GOP presidential race frontrunner Newt Gingrich may not a have a solid plan on how to fix the housing market now, but he's working on one, a campaign staffer said late Monday.
Gingrich, whose plan for economic revival glosses over the housing hurdle has been having discussions with a "hybrid of realtors, contractors, mortgage providers and the sort," says R.C. Hammond, spokesman for Gingrich. "[They are] going through and evaluating what they see is wrong with the current system and what they think would be helpful."
[Read: No Housing Plan From Newt.]
Gingrich has already held a series of meetings and efforts will be ongoing, Hammond says.
Still, Gingrich isn't letting the cat out of the bag yet on his housing policy. "Part of the trick here is to have the entire discussion before you start," releasing information on the plan, Hammond added.
Guess we'll have to wait and see what Newt has in store. Hopefully it's more impressive than what we've seen from Washington so far.