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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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Home Sales Pick Up the Pace

home sales

The time homes spend on the market is decreasing. A new report shows just how swiftly homes move these days, and how few there are to go around in the first place.

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Fighting Homelessness With Furnished Homes

house hands homes

Humble Design, a nonprofit that works to provide donated home furnishings and decorating services for families and veterans emerging from homelessness, is set to expand into the San Diego market. With an estimated 8,500 homeless individuals in the region, here’s how the organization is looking to make a difference.

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