Mortgage demand continues to recover sharply, after ending last year in the basement.
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The price we often pay for the ever-increasing connectivity in our digital world is that associated with data breaches and identity fraud. In the consumer services industry, billions of user accounts have been compromised in the past few years, with the breach of 3 billion accounts at Yahoo in 2013 the clear front runner in terms of scale. More and more people are victims of identity theft or fraud as a consequence. In the US alone, it is estimated that 10% of the population falls victim to identity theft or fraud, which has totaled over $107 billion in losses over the past six years.
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As the partial federal government shutdown―now the longest in United States history―drags on with no apparent end in sight, effects are being felt throughout the multifamily industry, particularly at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development where nearly all staff is not working.
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Did you know that one-third of the US population lives in rental units? All those people, including you if you are a renter, are exposed to a number of risks. Risks that could be easily covered with renters insurance. Still, the majority of the renters are not covered by renters insurance, thus remaining unprotected and exposed to these risk on a daily basis.
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