The share of people who have moved because of the pandemic continues to rise â but their reasons for doing so have changed in recent months.
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The Congressional Budget Office believes the unemployment rate will hit 16% during the summer of 2020 due to the impact of the coronavirus. With so many people on the hunt for a new job, landing an interview and getting hired is going to prove difficult for many. But the truth is that getting a new… Read More
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Side hustles have always been a good way to earn more money and better your finances. With so many people in debt while wages have fallen flat, theyâve become especially popular over the past decade. Now, with the coronavirus pandemic, weâve seen them shoot ahead in popularity even further. According to a recent survey by […]
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Thereâs no doubt about it: 2020 was a dumpster fire. To help throw some water on the flames, the federal government passed a lot of programs to provide financial assistance for people facing tough times due to the pandemic. The aid is far from comprehensive, but at least it helps plug the leaking holes a […]
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Some good news for homeowners struggling to make ends meet thanks to COVID-19, which as the name implies has been going on for a while now. The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), which oversees Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, has just announced an extension to the COVID forbearance period, which was previously capped at 360 [&hellip
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Unemployment has hit record highs, as COVID-19 has caused millions to lose their jobs. Here’s how filing for unemployment could affect home buying.
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Homeownership makes many positive social contributions, but the most important may be that it is the predominant way families build wealth. And now, numbers are soaring.
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The coronavirus pandemic put a halt on a whole lot of awesome things, including date night. If youâve been with your sweetie for years, it can be tough to find something special to do when youâre spending most of your time at home together. And if you were just getting started dating, itâs hard to [â¦]
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COVID-19 is having a massive impact on the global economy and very few industries have been untouched by it. If your business relies on employees working in a physical space and profits only when people are willing to shop and spend, thereâs no escaping it.Â Itâs no surprise, therefore, that the auto industry has been […]
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While paying your rent with a credit card has both benefits – raise your credit score! – and drawbacks – hello, fees – the process is nevertheless becoming easier. Now, tenants have more options and opportunities to charge their rent. Find out if it makes sense for you.