Chris Arnold

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How Has The Pandemic Changed Your Work Life And Financial Situation?

Tuesday, May 25, 2021

Whether you're working remotely, back at your workplace, or looking for a job, NPR wants to hear how you are doing as we all try to get back to some kind of new normal.

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Life Kit: Buying A House In An Impossible Market

Sunday, May 23, 2021

If you're in the market to buy a home, NPR's Life Kit has some advice for how to navigate this seemingly impossible market.

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Record Prices For Red Hot Housing Market: 'Fear Of Missing Out'

Friday, May 21, 2021

Homes prices hit a new record and also saw the biggest ever 1-year price gain of 19%. But housing economists caution buyers not to make mistakes buying into the frenzy.

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It's Harder Than Ever To Buy A House, And Bidding Wars Keep Breaking Out

Tuesday, May 18, 2021

A record low supply of homes for sale and strong demand from buyers are sending home prices to record levels and frustrating homebuyers who keep getting outbid.

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Judge Puts Hold On Ruling That Could Result In Millions Of Families Getting Evicted

Friday, May 14, 2021

A federal judge that threw out an eviction moratorium by the CDC has now put the ruling on holding pending appeal. The fate of many of the 7 million households behind on rent hangs in the balance.

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David Swensen, The Greatest Investor You Maybe Never Heard Of, Leaves Powerful Legacy

Saturday, May 08, 2021

Swensen made billions for Yale and revolutionized the way Universities and other nonprofits invest. And he strove to teach everyday people how to invest without getting fleeced by Wall Street.

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Yale's David Swensen, Who Transformed Institutional Investing, Has Died At 67

Friday, May 07, 2021

Yale's David Swensen has died at 67. Swensen revolutionized the way many universities invest — infusing higher education with vast wealth to pay for financial aid for students, research and more.

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Judge Strikes Down Federal Eviction Moratorium, Setting Up High-Stakes Appeal

Wednesday, May 05, 2021

A federal judge has ruled the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention overstepped its authority by issuing a nationwide moratorium on evictions. The fate of millions of renters rests on appeal.

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Losing It All: Mobile Home Owners Evicted Over Small Debts During Pandemic

Friday, April 16, 2021

Mobile home owners right now are twice as likely as other homeowners to be behind on housing payments. And some are losing their homes over small amounts of rent they owe for land the home sits on.

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Texas Courts Open Eviction Floodgates: 'We Just Stepped Off A Cliff'

Wednesday, April 07, 2021

Judges in Texas are being told it's not their job to enforce a CDC order aimed at stopping evictions. Housing groups fear that a wave of unnecessary evictions will leave thousands homeless.

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Evicted And Homeless Due To Pandemic — 'I Literally Had To Sleep In My Car'

Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Getting evicted during COVID can risk a person's health and doom their ability to find a home. The extension this week of a federal order preventing evictions could save many people from that fate.

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The CDC Will Extend Ban On Evictions Until June 30

Monday, March 29, 2021

With 8 million Americans behind on their rent, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is extending an order aimed at preventing evictions through June.

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Federal Eviction Moratorium Extended Just 2 Days Before Expiration

Monday, March 29, 2021

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is extending an order preventing evictions. It was set to expire this week, which could have displaced staggering numbers of people from their homes.

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The (Broken) State Of The U.S. Housing Market

Thursday, March 25, 2021

The number of homes for sale in the U.S. is at a record low while would-be buyers are plentiful and eager to buy. When homes do go on the market, bidding wars send prices through the roof.

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Out Of Whack: Lack Of Homes For Sale Sends Prices Surging, Frustrates Buyers

Monday, March 22, 2021

Sales of existing homes fell 6.6% in February from the month before. Meanwhile, prices are up 16% over the past year, giving homeowners about $2 trillion more in equity and widening the wealth gap.

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CDC Likely To Extend Eviction Moratorium With Millions Of People Behind On Rent

Friday, March 19, 2021

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention is moving to extend an order aimed at preventing evictions during the pandemic. Housing groups say the order could prevent up to 1 million evictions.

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Wells Fargo Site Crashes As Customers Try To See If They've Received Stimulus Payments

Wednesday, March 17, 2021

The bank blamed "high volumes" for the outage on its online banking site, but said the issue does not affect the actual deposits of the stimulus checks.

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Landlords Struggling To Stay Afloat See Lifeline In COVID-19 Relief For Renters

Wednesday, March 17, 2021

The latest COVID-19 relief bill passed by Congress has upward of $27 billion for rental assistance to prevent evictions. With so many renters not paying, many landlords are struggling.

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Biden's Financial Watchdogs Would Be Tougher Cops On The Beat

Tuesday, March 02, 2021

Biden's picks to run the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and Securities and Exchange Commission signaled in a Senate hearing they'd be tougher cops on the beat than their Trump era predecessors

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Biden's Picks For Financial Regulators Appear Before Senate In Double Hearing

Tuesday, March 02, 2021

Biden's picks for the watchdogs protecting Americans from financial wrongdoing will face the Senate Banking Committee. If confirmed, they will be much tougher on Wall Street than their predecessors.

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