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Credit Availability at Lowest Level Since 2013

“Credit availability fell last month to the lowest level since May 2013, as lenders streamlined their loan offerings in this declining volume environment,” said Joel Kan, MBA’s Associate VP of Economic and Industry Forecasting.

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Authentic Alignment

Paul Gigliotti of Pinnacle Home Loans and Axis Lending Academy tells MReport how millennials are transforming the workforce and why modern candidates are seeking more intangible qualities than a paycheck and benefits package.

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Summer 2022 Examined: Top 20 Emerging Housing Markets

With inflation at a 41-year high, mortgage rates at levels not seen in over a decade, and both home prices and rents at record highs, many Americans are feeling rising financial strains this summer, which continue to ripple throughout the housing market.

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Congress Requests GAO Review of Senior Homelessness

In a letter to the Government Accountability Office, Rep. Maxine Waters, Chair of the House Financial Services Committee, is seeking a review of the risks seniors face regarding housing insecurity, and the programs in place to prevent homelessness.

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