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  • Home loan applications and lender profits surge. U.S. mortgage companies are having one of their best years in history. Lenders are getting bombarded with calls from homeowners looking for cheaper loans. They’re also hearing from potential buyers who are
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  • Racial inequity harms American schoolchildren. The police killings of George Floyd in Minneapolis and Breonna Taylor in Louisville, Ky., have sparked a national conversation around racial justice. But the country's racial justice problems aren't limited to policing —
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  • 38% of renters will need relief in the next 90 days. Thirty-eight percent of renters in Assurant‘s MultiFamily Housing Renters Perspective Study said that they will need rent relief help during the next 90 days, and 42% said they are unsure about their rental stability going
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  • Tidal wave of defaults and evictions looms. Americans are skipping payments on mortgages, auto loans and other bills. Normally, that could mean massive foreclosures, evictions, cars repossessions and people's credit getting destroyed. But much of that has been put on pause.
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  • Talking race with young children. Even babies notice differences like skin color, eye shape and hair texture. Here's how to handle conversations about race, racism, diversity and inclusion, even with very young children.
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