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News Over 8% of American households are behind on their mortgage payments, more than doubling in three months, as financial problems take their toll.
Double blow for borrowers as surprise 0.5% levy on refinance mortgages sees lenders increase rates to cover the cost.
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15 million US homeowners could switch to a lower mortgage rate and save money, as home affordability improves too.
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Republicans propose maximum 70% wage replacement insurance benefit in place of lapsed $600-a-week enhancement.
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The loss of additional unemployment benefits will hurt workers in some states much more than in others. Here’s how to prepare for a sudden drop in income.
Pandemic related mortgage delinquency and unemployment is hitting residents of New Jersey the most, and Idaho the least. Here's how homeowners can combat the threat.
Up to 40 million Americans are at risk of losing their home as federal moratorium on evictions lapses.