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Top 10 Safest Cities in the U.S.

house, home, housing, residential

2020 has posed new safety concerns across the country—from spikes in COVID-19 cases, to recent wildfires, storms, and other natural disasters. Still, problems like crime and financial safety continue to be cause for concerns for many cities. WalletHub recently released ...

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States That Stand to Lead Home-Equity Origination

Due to economic impact of COVID-19, more Americans are taking out home-equity and other types of loans, according to a new study by WalletHub. "Americans who are having trouble with their finances during the COVID-19 pandemic are searching for all sorts ...

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Report: The Best Real Estate Markets of 2020

WalletHub recently released a rundown of the most-current state of affairs in 2020’s housing market. The data provide a comprehensive guide to help all those looking to jump into the market to make wise and informed decisions, be they real-estate ...

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Where Homeowners Are Overleveraged

debt

With mortgage rates falling and the buyer’s market in full swing, some potential homeowners might be tempted to go ahead and buy before they’re ready. Find out where homeowners may be overspending on mortgage payments.

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Where do Americans Feel Safe?

Houston

A report looks into what makes some cities safer than others based on key indicators such as Home and Community Safety, Natural-Disaster Risk, and Financial Safety.

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Top 5 Cities for Housing

Florida

A recent report analyzed what made the Sunshine State so popular with homebuyers. Perhaps it has to do with these five cities that homeowners love.

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Top 10 Cities for Veterans

These cities are most conducive for men and women in uniform to lay down roots. Hint: Southern hospitality attracts veterans to these towns.

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