Pending and Existing Programs for First-time Home Buyers and Support for Renters

Awaiting approval in Congress is a new bill that could provide up to $25,000 in cash to buy a new home. If the Downpayment Toward Equity Act is approved, this could result in direct financial he...

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5 Wellness Habits You Can Embrace This Year

Health experts recommend that people evaluate and plan their wellness objectives at the beginning of every year. The strategy enables them to develop better schedules and reflect on their achievements. Besides, they get the opportu...

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Helpful New Year Money Tips for 2022

As the holiday season continues and the remaining days of the year dwindle away, many people consider what they can do over the next year to improve their financial situation in 2022. Besides any New Years' resolutions, the continued econ...

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Hoping for Lower Interest Rates? Why Waiting to Buy a Home Could Cost You

Since the onset of the pandemic, the real estate market has seen some dramatic changes. People are spending more time in their homes. They're looking for ideal remote work settings. Both indoor and outd...

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Looking Back at the 2021 Housing Market and What You Can Expect in 2022

It was quite the ride for the U.S. housing market in 2021. According to the Federal Housing Finance Agency, home prices rose almost 20% on average through the third quarter of the year compared to 2020....

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New Mortgage Loans and HELOCs to Reach Unprecedented Levels in 2022

Housing analysts and economists predict that mortgage borrowing and home equity lines of credit will reach record levels in 2022. Fierce competition, price wars, low interest rates and soaring home prices wi...

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Is America in a State of Decline?

Almost 80% of Americans think the U.S. is in "a state of decline." Do you agree? A poll from the Trafalgar Group in conjunction with Convention of States Action showed 76.8% of Americans believe "American society and culture is in a state of...

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Do You Plan to Evict One of Your Tenants? Here's How to Have a Successful Process

As a property owner, one of your desires might be to have a good relationship with all your tenants. However, there comes a time when you have to be tough if one of your employees has accrued r...

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Eviction Filings Finally Dip Down

According to the numbers from the federal government and a few different housing authorities, eviction numbers in America are finally starting to dip. The way that evictions are counted is when landlords and big mortgage lenders file that t...

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Why People Are Up In Arms Over The Monthly Child Tax Credit

The COVID-19 pandemic caused a tremendous amount of economic turmoil and the finances of average, everyday people suffered as a result. To help combat this, the federal government began offering monthly tax credits ...

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Important Bills Piling Up? Tips for Finding the Money you Need!

Even before the pandemic, many people struggled to pay necessary bills, such as housing rental or mortgage costs, utilities and automobile insurance. Their incomes weren't high enough to keep up with inflation ...

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Las Vegas Housing Market Trending Up

To say that America is experiencing a housing crisis is really putting things lightly. It's not so much that people are being thrown out of their homes because they cannot afford their mortgage payments. Although that is unfortunately a ...

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Bidding Wars and Shortages are a Housing Disruption

According to a new housing report released on Wednesday, Dec 8, the housing shortages in America are considered a 'disruption' to the normal, organic process of the market's typical ebb and flow. This, of course, is a gros...

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It's Time for a New Cell Phone and Plan!

Did you know that you can get a a new cell phone and very low rate plan if you already qualify for one of these: - Food Stamps or SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) - Medicaid - Supplemental Security Income (SSI) - Fede...

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Are You Looking for a House to Buy or Rent? See Why You Should Settle for a Big Home

Looking for a house is one of the most challenging tasks. If you want to settle for the best, you have to be prepared to spend much time online comparing apartments in different neighborhood...

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How Do You Choose the Best Rental Property? Find Out

Finding the perfect rental property can take several weeks or months. However, that depends on your commitment and how informed you're about housing matters. Therefore, before you start searching for a home, take some time...

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Is Real Estate Still Worth the Investment?

When it comes to personal investing, there are all sorts of different stocks in which one can invest. The meaning of a stock is not necessarily some commodity on Wall Street. Anything can be a stock. You're basically betting that i...

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Disabled? How to Protect Your Finances While Seeking HUD Housing

Disabled? How to Protect Your Finances While Seeking HUD Housing People with one or more disabilities must often turn to the Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program, formerly k...

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Will the Housing Shortage Clear Up in 2022?

The United States of America is not only dealing with a basic housing shortage but rather an unprecedented turn in the market that has seen the supply miss the demand by over three million individual homes. This is causing prices ...

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Do You Want to Save on Rent? Take the Following Measures

The cost of living has gone up significantly in the last few months. Compared to the situation a while back, utility bills, food prices, and rental fees have gone up by a certain percentage. Unfortunately, your employe...

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Do You Plan to Move to a New House? Here's How to Have a Successful Process

Moving to a new house is one of the most challenging exercises. That is because there is a lot of work involved, and you must do everything right to avoid damaging your property when packing, unpacki...

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How You Can Write a Real Estate Offer Letter That Will Win You the Home

Once you have found your dream home, you need to do all that you can to ensure that it becomes yours. This means that you need to draft a strong real estate offer letter to state your intention and sway...

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What Is Renter's Insurance? Should You Get A Policy Or Skip It Entirely?

When it comes to getting insurance coverage, most people are quick to get their health, car, and life insurance policies in order, but one type of coverage that's frequently overlooked is renter's insur...

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Michigan City Gives Go Ahead for Senior Housing

Michigan has a very long and unfortunately a very brutal reputation of its population falling on hard times. Throughout what many consider the "Golden Years" of manufacturing, during the 1950s and 60s, Michigan was home to Det...

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Do you plan to buy a house? Read this

Do you plan to buy a house? If yes, you have to evaluate your financial options to know how to finance your project. Cash might be the best option because the total purchase fee will be less than buying a house through a mortgage or any ...

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Housing and Manufacturing Lead the Economic Recovery

According to the Department of Labor's jobs report from Thursday, January 21, the number of Americans filing for unemployment compensation decreased a little over the past week. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to infect hu...

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Soaring Prices for Building Materials May Reduce Housing Market Growth

Throughout 2020, the housing market proved surprisingly robust. Despite fears the pandemic would lead to a horrible crash, housing prices continued to rise and plenty of new construction was made. In the ...

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View These Housing and Rental Assistance Opportunities

Many of our readers are already well-versed in local and national housing programs, but there are always some programs that slip under the radar. Our goal is to bring some lesser-known programs and deals to light so you c...

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Housing Opportunities Available for your Immediate Use

Many of our readers are already well-versed in local and national housing programs, but there are always some programs that slip under the radar. Our goal is to bring some lesser-known programs and deals to light so you c...

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