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"In terms of how the overall housing market has been doing lately, it's recovering but not yet recovered, says William Wheaton, a housing economist at MIT."

Interactive map - How Much Have Home Prices Changed?

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"For Baby Boomers and Generation X, the summer job was a rite of passage. Today's teenagers have other priorities." #summerjob

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"Since 2006, Puerto Rico has been in a painful recession. Successive governments dug it deeper into debt by borrowing from Wall Street hedge funds and other institutions — even from mom-and-pop investors — to pay operating expenses. In 2016, the island effectively ran out of cash and stopped paying its debt.

Under the crushing weight of $123 billion in debt and pension obligations, the island sought what is essentially bankruptcy relief in federal court."

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"Eventually, fear led her to confess to the accident to a gallery attendant, who thanked her for the honesty and then let her leave. But shortly after making an exit, another gallery staffer came and dragged her back “to face the judgement of their upper boss.”

She was asked to write down her name, address, and other identifying information. The work Kinney broke, by an anonymous artist, cost about $8,000." #lifehappens

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"The unemployment rate has been at or under the 5 percent threshold since the summer of 2015. The Federal Reserve is ramping up its rate hike campaign because, in its estimation, job market growth has hit its limit. Business surveys point to an increasingly difficult time finding qualified workers, a typical precursor to wage gains for regular Americans.

Yet at a time when the middle class should finally enjoy a shift in fortunes relative to sky-high corporate profits and CEO pay, they aren’t. The latest data shows that “real” wages -- that is, adjusted for inflation -- are actually dropping (chart below)."

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Total U.S. household debt at the end of 2016 stood at $12.58 trillion, of which $8.48 trillion (67% of total debt) were mortgage balances. Student loans accounted for 10% of total debt, with auto loans at 9%, credit card debt at 6% and revolving home equity lines-of-credit (HELOC) at 4%. #debtrelief

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"In a little-known policy shift, starting July 1 the three national credit bureaus — Equifax, Experian and TransUnion — plan to stop collecting and reporting substantial amounts of civil judgment and tax lien information on public records affecting millions of American consumers." #CreditReport

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For those families struggling with debt, we are here to help.
#debtfree2017

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HAMP (Home Affordable Modification Program) sunsets December 31,2016. Homeowners needing mortgage assistance must submit their Initial Application Package on or before December 30, 2016.
#HAMP

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