Students Weigh Choices as Colleges Reopen

The vast majority of America's universities closed down entirely in the middle of March, three months ago now, leaving tens of thousands of students who stayed on-campus without anywhere to live. For most of these students, th...

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More Public Calls for Free Housing

Police brutality is something that objectively exists in America. Many will chalk this up to systemic racism. Others, who have seen the data of how it breaks down per racial category, will claim it's just a problem with the police an...

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Is a Fourth Quarter Housing Crisis Inevitable During 2020?

Of the $4.6 trillion invested in commercial mortgage loans in the United States, Wells Fargo invested $125 billion, Bank of America $85 billion, and J. P. Morgan Chase holds $65 billion of these mortgages. By April 2...

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5 Ways to Increase the Appeal of Your Home to Buyers

If you are hoping that lower mortgage rates and a reopening economy will help you get top dollar for your home, that is only part of the battle when it comes to selling. Sure, the real estate market has shown surprising st...

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The Jobs Report May Shake Up the Housing Market

The housing market presumably received a boost from the recent employment report released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. However, the strength shown in the report may serve to undermine one of the pillars of the surprising ...

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Why Home Prices Are Staying Storing During COVID-19

When COVID-19 first shut down the entire United States economy, experts forecasted that it would halt the steady rise in home prices that had been underway for the past several years. However, the opposite effect has happen...

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Use Zillow Like a Pro: Agents Reveal Top Tricks and Undisclosed Secrets

Use Zillow Like a Pro: Agents Reveal Top Tricks and Undisclosed Secrets The housing market is on the upswing, and real estate agents are expecting a full recovery post-pandemic. Buyers and sellers are ...

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How to Talk to Your Landlord About COVID-19

Like many Americans, you may have either fallen behind on your rent or are at risk for doing so in the near future. While evictions are barred right now, you may be in danger once the moratorium expires. However, you are not as muc...

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Pandemic Rebound Creates Bidding Wars in Housing

According to housing data in the US from the first weeks of May, 2020, over 41% of homes being sold actually faced a bidding war. These numbers were released by Redfin, and show a 9% increase from January, and a huge increa...

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Miami Breaks Ground on $19m Housing Project

Since around the 1960s, under the "Great Society" initiatives, trillions upon trillions of dollars have been spent on tens of thousands of affordable housing projects, including everything from high-rise apartment buil...

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