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Mar 30, 2020 How the coronavirus will change closings, home prices and what�s on the market By Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin We�re only getting one question recently, although it comes in many forms: How will the new coronavirus impact the real estate market?
As of this writing, buyers are still buying homes and sellers are still selling. Sam has received several contracts in a few days, although his office phone isn't ringing as much as normal. Ilyce has been talking to would-be sellers and buyers (and getting plenty of email) suggesting that people want to buy or sell, but they're nervous. So are brokers, title companies and everyone else involved in real estate transactions. More info...
Mar 26, 2020 What The $2 Trillion Stimulus Package Means For Housing Dima Williams Beginning on page 567, out of a total of 880, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act � CARES Act � lays out the terms of assistance for the real estate industry. In that regard, the bill focuses on mortgage payment forbearance and evictions and foreclosures stops on properties with federally backed loans. More info...
Mar 25, 2020 Need Money? Get a low cost personal loan. You might need some money to carry you through this Coronavirus crisis. Apply for a personal loan at a low-interest rate and get the money you need to buy groceries and pay bills. You can use the money for anything that you want. More info...
Mar 25, 2020 Here�s why staying invested in a downturn can help your 401(k) recover faster Lorie Konish More than a decade ago, the markets were sent into a tailspin during the financial crisis of 2008-2009.
But it turns out investors who left their retirement nest eggs alone fared best.
That�s according to research from J.P. Morgan, which used the firm�s own data combined with research from the Investment Company Institute. More info...
Mar 25, 2020 You now have until July 15 to save in your IRA and health savings accounts Darla Mercado Treasury recently gave taxpayers until July 15 to file their 2019 tax returns and pay taxes owed for last year and the first quarter of 2020.
Filers now have until that same day to make 2019 contributions to their IRAs and health savings accounts.
Put away up to $6,000 in a traditional IRA, plus $1,000 if you�re 50 and up, and have it count for last year. More info...
Mar 25, 2020 Next Avenue: Laid off? 6 smart tips on how to bounce back Reynold Levy I did not see it coming.
I was taken by complete surprise.
Nine months earlier, in the fall of 1974, I had submitted my resignation from a terrific post as director of external affairs and special assistant to the executive director of the Jewish Board of Guardians (JBG), the nation�s largest and most comprehensive mental health agency.
I was departing to join the Aspen Institute. There, I would collaborate with my new boss, Waldemar A. Nielsen, noted author of The Big Foundations, among other books, former president of the African American Institute and program officer at the Ford Foundation. More info...