As of today, there is nothing you need to do to get a stimulus payment. The IRS will begin work to issue stimulus payments using the most recent information they have on file, likely from your 2019 tax return, either by direct deposit or by check. If you have an adjusted gross income (AGI) of … Continue reading “A Second Stimulus Check”
When something appears to be too good, it almost always is. Property listing scams naturally aim to steal your money. Scammers will try to get you to send a funds for a security deposit or move-in fee without ever seeing the apartment, and they’ll keep the money without any meaning of renting to you. Follow … Continue reading “How Can You Tell If a Property Listing Is a Scam?”
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Well, 2020 has been a year for the books with all the upheaval due to COVID, natural disasters, and elections. It feels like everything is changing quickly, but some things keep moving on. Real estate is no exception. Don’t let timing get in the way of your real estate transaction when you are ready to … Continue reading “You Can Sell Your Home during the Holidays”
As the COVID-19 pandemic rages on and hampers the economy, many homeowners may be looking for greater mortgage relief. Foreclosure moratoriums are in place and many lenders are offering assistance to those struggling.While the rate of non-current loans remained sharply higher than a year ago, CoreLogic reports that serious delinquencies, loans more than 89 days … Continue reading “The Refi Boom is Keeping Elevated Delinquencies in Check”
On November 19, 2020, the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) announced a settlement agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) regarding a civil lawsuit, which was filed against NAR the same day, alleging certain anticompetitive business practices. As part of the settlement agreement, NAR has agreed to modify certain rules and policies to improve … Continue reading “NAR Reaches Agreement with DOJ on MLS and Commissions Rules”