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  • September 10, 2020 10:47 AM | San Diego Realtist for Democracy in Housing (Administrator)

    Change.org

    Hi Carlton H,

    Fully funding the United States Postal Service is even more critical today than it was 5 months ago when I launched my petition to “Save the USPS.” Millions of voters depend on it. 

    That’s why I’m writing to ask you –– are you registered to vote in the upcoming 2020 Presidential ElectionDouble check your voter registration status by clicking here.

    Double check your voter registration status

    My name is Mike Hidalgo and 5 months ago I learned the USPS desperately needs funding in order to stay afloat. Spurred by the massive potential job loss, I immediately launched a petition to “Save the USPS.” Since then, it’s grown to 1.5 million signatures. Now, with the election looming, the fate of the USPS is making more headlines. 

    Whether you plan to vote by mail or in-person at the polls, first you need to double check that you’re registered to vote.

    Double check your voter registration status

    If you’re already registered to vote - GREAT! Here are 3 things you can do next: 

    1) Volunteer to write 5+ letters to eligible voters who don’t reliably cast their ballot in every election. Data shows that writing a letter is one of the best ways to get those voters to do their civic duty – plus buying stamps will help fund the USPS! Sign up to volunteer here.

    2) Request your mail-in ballot so you can vote safely. Submit this online form to see if you’re eligible.

    3) Check that your friends and family are prepared to vote too. Text this link to 3 people right now: www.whenweallvote.org/change 


  • September 10, 2020 10:43 AM | San Diego Realtist for Democracy in Housing (Administrator)

    Pandemic may lead to foreclosure crisis, CoreLogic says

    A surge in the share of mortgages 90 days or more overdue in June is a signal the U.S. could be heading toward a foreclosure crisis, according to CoreLogic.


  • September 09, 2020 2:08 PM | San Diego Realtist for Democracy in Housing (Administrator)

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  • August 31, 2020 10:42 AM | San Diego Realtist for Democracy in Housing (Administrator)

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    This year will be the first-ever all virtual conference. Thought leaders, legislators and concerned citizens will engage in discussions on economic development, civil and social justice, public health and education issues. Join subject-matter experts, industry leaders, elected officials and citizen activists to explore today's issues and solutions from an African American perspective.

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  • August 27, 2020 3:04 PM | San Diego Realtist for Democracy in Housing (Administrator)
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    Adverse-market fee was a “shock,” mortgage brokers say

     

    Matt Rasetta, the owner of Superior Rate Mortgage of New England, was sitting on his couch at 11:30 p.m. on Aug. 12, a Wednesday night, watching TV when he got a text from one of his loan officers alerting him to the news of the new adverse-market fee.

    Realtor.com now discloses flood risks – Here's why its competitors won't

     

    Realtor.com will display flood score data across its 110 million listings this week. But don't expect Zillow or Redfin to follow suit.

         
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    Discover the key tools lenders are utilizing. Learn the solutions and strategies lenders are executing to mitigate origination costs. Read more here.

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