Worried about Eviction or Foreclosure? You Don't Need to Be in Most Markets

Eviction and foreclosure are an unfortunate part of the housing market that disproportionately affect economically disadvantaged people. In most cases, rent rises faster than wages, so people earning...

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College Students Are Rapidly Losing Housing Options: What to Do

Amid COVID-19 concerns, many universities have declared that they'll be closed for the foreseeable future. Initially, this was seen as an overblown reaction. However, as the death toll worldwide continues to ris...

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Finally, Solution for Homelessness and Spiraling Housing Prices on Horizon

It's no secret that housing prices in desirable locations have been skyrocketing for the past few decades. As something that's often seen as a tenet of "generational warfare" between Baby Boomers and ...

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A First: Tech Companies Work with Governments to Lower Homelessness

Tech companies in the San Francisco Bay Area are typically associated with excessive wealth, greed, innovation, and general unaffordability for most. The lack of affordable housing in the region is relativel...

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The Invisible Toll Coronavirus Is Taking on the Housing Market

Coronavirus, or "COVID-19" has rapidly spread from China to countries around the world, including the United States. While the US death toll remains quite low, it's causing some major shifts in the country's econ...

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Bipartisan Senator Meeting Fails to Improve Housing for Military and Vets

America is in a constant state of partisanship, and has been ever since John Adams and Thomas Jefferson split the nation's politics right down the middle under George Washington's presidency...

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Fears of Coronavirus Affect Housing Market

Stories of people fearful of the Coronavirus are falling one on top of the other as panic spreads around the globe. Many restaurants have seen their patronage dwindle significantly, while panic at airports, especially dealing wit...

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Atlanta Floats Idea of $100 million Affordable Housing Bond

Decade after decade, the city of Atlanta, Georgia has dealt with an increase in their homeless population, as well as issues in offering affordable housing to their growing population. It's one of America'...

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Why Is Housing in Large Cities Shooting a Hole in the Economy?

If you ask anyone who lives in a big city what their largest expense is, chances are you'll hear the same answer: "rent". It's undeniable that large cities, especially those experiencing gentri...

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Keeping a Pulse on the Housing Market: How to Make Smart Moves

While no investment is guaranteed, one market has done exceptionally well, barring the Great Recession: Housing. This is because housing is a resource that will always be necessary. Unfortunately, it's also ...

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