Data show delinquencies remained near all-time lows in Q4 2020, due in part to hardship programs enacted by financial institutions and the government. Experts weigh in on whatâs to come in 2021.
Most states have minimum requirements forÂ liability coverage. Often set at $25,000 per person and $50,000 per accident, this type of insurance covers you when you are at-fault in an accident and cause damage to the driver and their property. If the other driver is at fault, theirÂ liability insuranceÂ will cover you. Tit-for-tat, all is well. But […]
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The number of Americans driving to work alone is on the rise, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau. With the increase in drivers comes traffic, which means more time and money spent idling in cars. Some cities are … Continue reading →
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Is dishing out major money to live in Boston worth it? You bet!
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For the LGBTQ+ community, the experience of finding and buying a home has been changing for the better, but buyers do still face some challenges. These home-buying tips can help make your path to homeownership more fair and equitable. Understand your rights Zillow believes you have the right to buy a home free from discrimination. […]
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Full coverageÂ car insuranceÂ covers you for most eventualities, but it is also expensive. You get what you pay for, and in this case, what you pay for isÂ liability coverage,Â collision coverage, andÂ comprehensive coverage. The question is, how essential are all of these coverage options and at what point do they become surplus to requirements? YourÂ insurance coverageÂ is never […]
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If youâre nearing the end of your unemployment benefits, donât worry. Here are your options for what to do when your unemployment runs out.
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The gold-silver ratio is the price of the silver and gold relative to each other. Initially, the gold-silver price relationship was fixed at a certain ratio but over time it began to fluctuate as information traveled faster and external variables weighed on their value. Itâs a measurement thatâs been around for thousands of years. Understanding […]
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It’s no secret that the U.S. unemployment rate peaked at 14.7% in April 2020, as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak — up from a pre-pandemic rate of just 3.5% in February 2020. As the job market continues to rebound … Continue reading →
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In this article: How long does it take to close on a house with cash? How long does it take to close on a house with a mortgage? The escrow process timeline What causes delays when closing on a house? Tips for staying on your closing timeline How long does closing day take? The closing […]
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