Monthly Archives: June 2020

Reopening Related to Surges?

2020-07-02T13:09:15-04:00

Most state economies have reopened to some degree. And several states have seen a surge in infections at the same time. From this, we can conclude one thing — the virus is not taking the summer off as

Reopening Related to Surges?2020-07-02T13:09:15-04:00

Freddie Mac Multifamily Announces New COVID-19 Forbearance Options and Tenant Protections

2020-06-29T13:49:58-04:00

New Relief Applies to Loans with Existing Forbearance Agreements

Freddie Mac (OTCQB: FMCC) Multifamily today announced it has created three supplemental forbearance relief options to assist borrowers who currently have a forbearance plan in place and who

Freddie Mac Multifamily Announces New COVID-19 Forbearance Options and Tenant Protections2020-06-29T13:49:58-04:00

Minneapolis, Milwaukee & Salt Lake City Have the Lowest Black Homeownership Rates in the U.S., With Just One-Quarter of Black Families Owning Their Home

2020-06-29T13:39:12-04:00

Only half of Black families own their home in Washington, DC, which has the highest Black homeownership rate in the U.S., versus more than 70% of white families. Nationwide, the gap is 44% versus 73.7%.

Just

Minneapolis, Milwaukee & Salt Lake City Have the Lowest Black Homeownership Rates in the U.S., With Just One-Quarter of Black Families Owning Their Home2020-06-29T13:39:12-04:00

Realtor.com® Weekly Recovery Report: Housing Market Gains Momentum Ahead of Summer Buying Season

2020-06-26T15:53:19-04:00

Days on market sees its largest weekly improvement post-COVID

The realtor.com® Weekly Housing Recovery Index hit 92 points for the week ending June 20, up 2 points over last week and just 8 points short of its pre-COVID baseline, according to new

Realtor.com® Weekly Recovery Report: Housing Market Gains Momentum Ahead of Summer Buying Season2020-06-26T15:53:19-04:00

AG Healey Celebrates Court Decision Ordering Secretary Devos to Cancel Federal Loans of Defrauded Corinthian Students in Massachusetts

2020-06-26T15:49:43-04:00

Attorney General Maura Healey issued the following statement in response to a decision today by a federal judge in Boston ordering the U.S. Department of Education and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to cancel the loans of 7,200 students in Massachusetts who

AG Healey Celebrates Court Decision Ordering Secretary Devos to Cancel Federal Loans of Defrauded Corinthian Students in Massachusetts2020-06-26T15:49:43-04:00

3 Things First-time Homebuyers Need to Know this Summer, According to RE/MAX Agents

2020-06-26T15:45:04-04:00

Real estate agents share why many first-time homebuyers may be closer to homeownership than they think.

While browsing home listings can easily inspire daydreaming (A patio for your plant collection! An updated kitchen for entertaining!), calculating the down

3 Things First-time Homebuyers Need to Know this Summer, According to RE/MAX Agents2020-06-26T15:45:04-04:00
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