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Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic has had a big impact across the globe. Not only has the virus spread and impacted the health of thousands, but the pandemic has also taken its toll on the economies in many countries, including the United States. 

For instance, millions of Americans are filing for unemployment. In fact, last week a record 3.28 million workers applied for unemployment benefits. Sadly, since millions are out of work right now, many are finding it difficult or even impossible to pay their mortgage or rent. 

Thankfully, many new programs are getting rolled out that are designed to help homeowners and renters receive assistance and avoid eviction during this time. These programs and temporary changes in policy are being provided

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Buying a house is one of the best financial decisions you can make. There are so many reasons why owning your own home is ideal. These perks include property tax deductions, appreciation, mortgage interest deductions, and much more. Plus, there is just something special about being handed the keys to a home that you get to truly call your own. 

Also, you know that when you’re paying your mortgage each month, your money is going towards paying down your home. This is much better than handing rent money over to your landlord – money you’ll never see again or benefit from. 

Buying a house is also a very big deal. It’s a huge financial decision that can impact you for years. That’s why it is so important to make sure you follow the right steps when

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How the Coronavirus May Impact the Real Estate Market

You’re probably already well-aware of how the coronavirus (Covid-19) is affecting your day-to-day life, with toilet paper shortages everywhere and bottles of hand sanitizer non-existent at stores. Travel bans have been put into place, and almost every large gathering is canceled. Most people are working from home, and schools across the U.S. are temporarily closed. 

It seems like everywhere you look, there’s more news on the novel virus and how it’s causing quarantines across the globe. All of these shut downs and changes to daily life are unsettling, but necessary in order to slow the spread. This is especially the case since the virus has been officially declared a pandemic by the World

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