Category Archives: Credit and Rent

7 Reasons Your Rent is Increasing

Single Family Rents rose 13.1% compared to last year according to CoreLogic’s Single-Family Rental Index. In addition, reports that rents are up for one-bedroom apartments by 26.5% and two-bedrooms by 25.7%. As a result, the typical rent in the U.S. is $1,883 per month according to Zillow. So what is happening? Basically, demand is greater than supply, but there

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3 Facts About Dropping Medical Debt From Credit Reports on July 1

According to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, more than 43 million Americans owe an estimated $88 billion in medical debt. In the second quarter of 2021, 58% of all bills in collections were medical bills. Once medical bills are sent to collection agencies, individuals’ credit scores suffer. As a result, those affected encounter challenges finding employment and housing. In addition,

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