The American Conservatives article House payments are expected to increase slightly in 2018 as the federal government works to stabilize the economy and ease the pain of the housing crisis.
House payments are currently pegged to 3.6 percent of GDP, which would be $1.25 trillion by 2019.
This year, the government is set to spend $1 trillion to pay for the cost of mortgage payments.
House payments would grow by about 2.5 percent of the economy by 2019, up from $1,800 per household by 2020.
House-based payments would increase by about 1.5 percentage points from 2020 to 2022, but that would be offset by the cost savings of closing foreclosures.
In 2018, federal and state payments will total $2.3 trillion.
Payments would be equal to 7.6% of GDP by 2019 and 7.9% of the country by 2022.
In 2022, payments would be the same as they are now, or $1 billion higher.