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These 3 Housing Markets at Highest Risk of COVID-Related Downturn, Says ATTOM Report

Some housing markets are at higher risk of a downturn than others in the United States, as homeowners owe more on their homes than they are worth, and incomes are used to pay a higher percentage of housing costs. (iStock) Three states have housing markets at highest risk of downturn …

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Cyberattacks interrupt work at Toyota factories in Japan and other economic news

Cyberattacks interrupt work at Toyota factories in Japan Toyota, the world’s largest automaker, said on Monday it had suspended all production in Japan after a possible cyberattack at a major supplier. The shutdown follows a problem with the computer systems of Kojima Industries, an automotive component maker, which disrupted the …

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Typical home value exceeds $1 million in 481 cities: Zillow

Many businesses featured on Money advertise with us. The opinions are our own, but the compensation and extensive research determines where and how businesses can appear. Learn more about how we earn money. More and more homes in the United States are worth $1 million – or much more. A …

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Personal lenders will take on more subprime borrowers in 2022, TransUnion says

Personal loans are expected to grow 11% in 2022 among unpreferred borrowers with fair or poor credit scores, according to TransUnion. (iStock) Personal loans offer fast, lump-sum financing that can be used to consolidate high-interest debt, pay for home renovations, and finance major purchases. At the start of the coronavirus …

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Missouri Small Business Loans | Navigation

More than half a million small businesses call Missouri home and in turn employ some 1.2 million Missourians according to the SBA Advocacy Office. Small business loans are essential for many new and existing businesses, as well as those struggling to survive the challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic. If …

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Friscia joins race for GOP to nod to confront Sherrill

An attorney who sued the big banks for their role in the foreclosure crisis has entered the GOP congressional nomination race in New Jersey’s 11th district. Larry Friscia has become the seventh Republican to enter the race against two-term Representative Mikie Sherrill (R-Montclair), whose district has become more Democratic under …

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NJ Sees Sharp Increase in Enrollments in ACA Health Insurance Plans | State and regional

Associated press Harold Brubaker The Philadelphia Investigator New Jersey sees big surge in health insurance enrollments in its Affordable Care Act market, as consumers enjoy second year of increased subsidies under federal law designed to help the economy America through the coronavirus pandemic. Enrollments for 2022 plans in the state …

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Who is ready for 5 big changes in social security in 2022?

In 13 days, the curtain will close on 2021 and the world will hopefully have gone one step further to put the coronavirus pandemic in the rearview mirror. The New Year will be a time of hope, and for many, a time of change. For the more than 65 million …

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How to get a loan online without a credit check?

(MENAFN – Payday Ventures) Are you afraid of getting help when you don’t have the money? Well, you don’t have to worry. It is possible to get a loan online without a credit check. Getting a loan from traditional banks is tedious, and it is almost impossible to get a …

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Extended unemployment insurance will expire for 80,000 workers in NJ

Eighty-eight weeks of unemployment benefits triggered by the coronavirus pandemic are coming to an end. The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development announced Thursday that approximately 80,000 New Jersey workers are expected to run out of extended unemployment insurance in the coming weeks and will not be able …

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Middlesex Man Sentenced to 30 Months in Jail for Paycheck Protection Program and Obtaining Funds from Stolen and Altered US Treasury Checks | USAO-NJ

TRENTON, NJ – A man in Middlesex County, New Jersey was sentenced today to 30 months in prison for fraudulently receiving Payment Protection Program (P3) funds and depositing a stolen US Treasury check and tampered with, Acting Prosecutor Rachael A. Honig announced today. Bernard Lopez, 40, had already pleaded guilty …

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Liberty Union Mortgage Team Helps Homebuyers Bid Over Other Deals As Post-Pandemic Real Estate Market Continues To Soar

Jason Solowsky, Branch Manager Jason Solowsky, Branch Manager for the Liberty Union Team Jason Solowsky, Branch Manager for the Liberty Union Team NORTH ARLINGTON, NJ, Nov. 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The United States is temporarily emerging from the worst of the coronavirus pandemic, and the real estate market has …

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Hundreds of banks in NJ have closed since 2016

Over a five-year period, the number of bank branches declined by over 400 in Garden State. Banks say the main reasons are customer driven, but consumer advocates say there are plenty of New Jersey residents young and old who are greatly inconvenienced by the trend. “We want to avoid banking …

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Tolls payable for the Hudson tunnel project

The latest funding plan for a new Hudson River rail tunnel makes it clear that the New Jersey Turnpike Authority – not the state’s transit agency – will cover the state’s contribution to the much-sought-after project. The updated financing plan for what is known as the Hudson Tunnel Project, released …

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Why some lenders are opting for video banking

The coronavirus pandemic has forced banks to adjust the way they interact with their customers, and many have beefed up their digital platforms to better serve their customers remotely. Several banks have found success in their video banking platforms. Technology, they say, allows them to serve customers in a safe …

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The daily pulse of Tuesday – Florida trend

Job search requirements resume for jobless claims in Florida The clock is ticking for all those who collect unemployment: soon you will be forced to look for work to keep your benefits. And while companies say they have a hard time hiring because no one wants to work, in reality, …

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Did Lowe’s gain market share in the first quarter?

TThe home improvement industry has seen an increase in sales since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Earlier in May, Home Depot (NYSE: HD) posted much better than expected first quarter results. Likewise, when Lowe’s (NYSE: LOW) released first quarter results, it significantly exceeded analysts’ estimates. Using these results, let’s …

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Zombie seizures increase 21% nationwide in Q2 2021

IRVINE, California, May 27, 2021 / PRNewswire / – ATTOM data solutions, curator of the nation’s leading real estate database, today released its report on vacant properties and zombie foreclosure for the second quarter of 2021, showing that 1.4 million (1,409,457) residential properties in United States are vacant this quarter, …

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Launch of a seminar on small businesses

The coronavirus pandemic has shut down nearly a third of small businesses in New Jersey, according to estimates from the New Jersey Business & Industry Association and others. Today, as the pandemic subsides, the Burlington County Council of Commissioners is trying to help revitalize the county’s small business community. Commissioners, …

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Suspension of scheduled international passenger flights extended until February 28

The coronavirus-induced suspension of scheduled international passenger flights has been extended until February 28, aviation regulator DGCA said on Thursday. “However, scheduled international flights may be authorized on routes selected by the competent authority on a case-by-case basis,” added the Directorate General of Civil Aviation. Regular international passenger services have …

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5 ways to help those in need this holiday season

Image source: Getty Images. While this does not influence our opinions on the products, we do receive compensation from partners whose offers appear here. We are by your side, always. See our full advertiser disclosure here. Many people find it difficult to cover their extra vacation expenses – things like …

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Hillsborough schools credit rating takes a hit on spending

The largest school district in the Tampa Bay area has come under fire again by a credit rating company for unhealthy spending practices that have depleted its cash reserves. In a recent advisory, Moody’s Investors Service downgraded certain bonds issued by the Hillsborough County School District and marked the district …

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Gunvor tests commodity loan offer

Through Mi Wong dog, Mirzaan Jamwal, LPC * Loans: higher margin reflects growing unease among lenders with the industry HONG KONG, May 22 (LPC) – Gunvor Group offers a 20bp higher margin on its latest syndicated loan targeted at Asia, in the first test of new price levels for the …

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