Latest Poll Results of Second Largest Voting Bloc in the Country

Univision and the Latino Community Foundation Release Results of their Latest Electoral Surveys in the Lead-Up to the Next Democratic Debate  Two new Univision News and Latino Community Foundation surveys can now be viewed on  UnivisionNoticias.com and all Univision News digital and social media platforms  MIAMI – FEBRUARY 18, 2020 – With only one day to go before the qualified Democratic […]

Could Trump’s impeachment have an impact on housing reforms?

For the last couple of months, the news-making headline has been about Trump’s impeachment, but that has been overshadowed by his order to kill the Iranian top-ranking general. But even so, his impeachment remains to be one of the closely followed topics across all industries, including the real estate industry. Various stakeholders in the industry […]

Could Trump’s impeachment have an impact on housing reforms?

For the last couple of months, the news-making headline has been about Trump’s impeachment, but that has been overshadowed by his order to kill the Iranian top-ranking general. But even so, his impeachment remains to be one of the closely followed topics across all industries, including the real estate industry. Various stakeholders in the industry […]

California leads the United States in inflation

The local inflation in the state of California is racing higher and quicker in the last decade and we could blame the price gasoline for that, but housing costs in the state are largely to blame. At the national level, the consumer prices are barely moving, and inflation is chocking, reaching 1.8% in May last […]

Los Angeles: The City for the Homeless

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Los Angeles Homelessness Crisis

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The United states Credit system is Broken

Most Americans irrespective of their credit score s have had to deal with the three major credit bureaus.  If it is not a breach of your private information on their servers, then they are reporting incorrect information about you or they are misrepresenting who you are as a credit worthy borrower by assigning you a […]

Dividing American Wealth

Dividing American Wealth

Financial inequality is only growing in the United States. White Americans averaged a total of $134,200 in wealth for 2013 while African American families had only $11,000, with Hispanic American families showing $13,700 in wealth (CNN, 2016). This discrepancy is only growing. In 1995, white families had six times as much wealth as Hispanics, but […]

Affording Your Dream Home

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For many parts of the country prospective home buyers have been beset by a couple of diverging trends since the economic and the housing recovery began. First, although the job market has been recovering, incomes have not been rising, and in some areas wages have been falling. Second, in some markets housing prices have been […]