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Here’s How Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness Plan Affects Real Estate—You Probably Guessed It Already

In this article The Biden Administration announced its student debt forgiveness plan a couple of weeks ago. Under the program, college graduates earning under $125,000 a year and married couples or heads of households earning under $250,000 per year will see up to $10,000 of their Federal student loans canceled. Pell grant recipients will see

By |2022-09-03T09:50:31-07:00September 2nd, 2022|Industry News|

Nearly Half of U.S. Mortgaged Homes Are Considered ‘Equity-Rich’ According to Report — Less Than 3% Are Underwater

In this article The U.S. has been experiencing a surge in equity-rich housing, according to the latest report by the real estate data provider ATTOM. The figures for Q2 are impressive. Currently, the number of equity-rich mortgages in the U.S. is sixteen times greater than underwater mortgages. The U.S. Home Equity & Underwater Report shows that

By |2022-08-12T09:50:45-07:00August 12th, 2022|Industry News|

U.S. GDP Shrinks By 0.9% — White House and Experts Push Back On Recession Claims

In this article While fears of an immediate US recession have not been confirmed, the latest GDP report points towards a shrinking economy. GDP contracted by 0.9%, the second-straight quarter of decline, while inflation hit a four-decade high of 9.1%. While technical recessions are defined as two-straight quarters of GDP decline, many public officials and

By |2022-07-29T09:51:39-07:00July 28th, 2022|Industry News|

U.S. Housing Starts Fell Again In June: What It Means For Investors

In this article Builders nationwide are warning real estate investors that new construction in the U.S. could be entering another phase of decline after showing continued growth since the end of the Great Recession. Privately owned housing starts had their slowest month since September 2021, dipping 2% month-by-month since May. According to the June U.S. Census

By |2022-07-25T09:51:46-07:00July 25th, 2022|Industry News|
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