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PACE Financing Risks—A Fresh Look

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Property Assessed Clean Energy financing has so far allowed more than 220,000 homeowners to make “green” improvements to their properties. A new report takes a closer look at whether PACE could impact increased chances of tax foreclosures.

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The Resurgence of Urban Housing

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With over 29 million Americans calling urban neighborhoods home and central cities seizing a sizeable chunk of new job growth, these core locales are metamorphosing into communities that are “more diverse and more interesting than ever,” new study says. But what about the ’burbs?

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Debt Practices and the Downward Poverty Spiral

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A four-state collaborative of nonprofits has released a new report examining how state systems of debt collection, fines, and fees can create ‘downward spirals’ for low-income communities. Click through to read the full report.

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Q2 Rental Trend Update

House for rent

As we head into peak rental season, a new report examines market trends and reveals which type of homes will cost renters a premium in the months to come.

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Gerner & Kearns Law Firm Names VP, Client Relations

Stacie Rankey has been named VP of Client Relations for Gerner & Kearns Law Firm. The addition was announced by David Gerner, President and Managing Partner.   “I am pleased to announce that Stacie Hawkins Rankey has joined our firm ...

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Redfin’s First Chief Economist Leaves Company

Nela Richardson, who served as Redfin's first Chief Economist, has left the company after four years. The announcement came last Wednesday, with Redfin releasing a statement of confirmation to the MReport staff. "Redfin loved every minute of the four years that Nela ...

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