Items Tagged with 'vote'


  • Urban Institute: Consider this policy data when voting today

    Study shows policy impact on low-income households
    A new study from the Urban Institute shows key policies and their results that Americans should consider before voting on Election Day 2018. The study examines three different programs including the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and public health insurance, and their impact on low-income families.
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  • Could taxing tech companies fight homelessness?

    Propositions could bring affordability to California's housing market
    Thriving tech hubs often come at a cost and the price might be too high. This November, San Francisco Bay Area voters will decide if large corporations can be taxed to offset issues tech companies have escalated, according to an article from NPR.
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  • Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Number of borrowers with refi incentive plummets

    Are you prepared for midterm elections
    Amid rising interest rates, the latest data from Black Knight shows more than half of homeowners who entered the year with an incentive to refinance their mortgage have since lost it. And do you know what your candidate’s views are on issues surrounding housing, finance and other areas that are important for you? Here’s how to find out.
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  • Senate narrowly passes measure to restore net neutrality

    But will it advance in House?
    The Senate voted Wednesday to restore net neutrality ahead of its scheduled rollback. While real estate companies are in full support of the Senate’s decision, the measure still needs to be voted on by the House of Representatives and be signed off on by President Donald Trump.
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  • Century 21 lists White House for #ElectionDay

    Creates ad to encourage voting
    Many Americans will flood to the voting booths today to choose the next president of the U.S. One real estate company created an ad that creatively boasts the White House as being up for sale as a way to encourage Americans to get out and vote.
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