Where Americans Are Most At Risk of Losing Homes

first_imgHome / Daily Dose / Where Americans Are Most At Risk of Losing Homes Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Where Americans Are Most At Risk of Losing Homes 2020-12-21 Christina Hughes Babb Christina Hughes Babb is a reporter for DS News and MReport. A graduate of Southern Methodist University, she has been a reporter, editor, and publisher in the Dallas area for more than 15 years. During her 10 years at Advocate Media and Dallas Magazine, she published thousands of articles covering local politics, real estate, development, crime, the arts, entertainment, and human interest, among other topics. She has won two national Mayborn School of Journalism Ten Spurs awards for nonfiction, and has penned pieces for Texas Monthly, Salon.com, Dallas Observer, Edible, and the Dallas Morning News, among others. Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Subscribe The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago About Author: Christina Hughes Babb Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago  Print This Post Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Related Articles Previous: FHA Extends Foreclosure Moratorium, Expands Forbearance Options Next: Delinquency Report Reflects ‘Critical Situation’ Share 1Save The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily American homeowners and lenders, despite widespread foreclosure bans and forbearance programs, eventually will face a reality that could include a surge of foreclosures and evictions. Some areas of the country are at more risk of mass foreclosures than others. The data journalists at Visual Capitalist have created graphic maps and interactive charts to show the share of people in each state who are at most risk of losing their homes.The researchers and editors utilized U.S. Census data which showed that of the estimated 17 million adults who are not current on their rent or mortgage payments, 33% of them could be facing eviction or foreclosure in the next two months. (The authors noted that, while this survey was conducted November 11-23, respondents’ interpretations of “the next two months” ranged between November 2020–January 2021.)”Although people across the country face similar risks, Texas stands out with an estimated 718,000 people facing foreclosures or eviction,” wrote researcher Avery Koop. “In fact, more than 7.1 million people in the state may be expecting a loss of employment income in the coming four weeks.”Other states looking at high percentages of potential home loss include Louisiana, New Mexico, Mississippi, Wyoming, and Missouri.By metro area, those at highest risk of foreclosure include:Houston, Miami, Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Seattle, Detroit, New York, San Francisco, and Phoenix.As for those at least risk, the study showed only a handful of metro areas—Delaware, Vermont, Maryland, and Utah—showed “relative housing security” for its residents in the coming months.The full list of foreclosure-risk data by metro is available at visualcapitalist.com. December 21, 2020 2,784 Views Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, Newslast_img read more

Cook up a storm in these chef-tested kitchens

first_img Buyers snap up properties in ‘cracking’ auction frenzy More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus11 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market11 hours agoIt may not be suitable for 19,000 meals, but six courses for a dozen friends was a breezeLocated within the Eton complex, Mr Yarnton’s luxury townhouse has a kitchen with Amara stone benchtops, Miele appliances, an integrated dishwasher, microwave and undercounter wine fridge, ample cabinetry and feature pendant lighting. It overlooks the lounge and dining area which opens on to the covered patio, which has gas barbecue fittings and is ideal for alfresco dining. With the open plan living of the kitchen, lounge and dining that expands into a spacious covered patio with gas BBQ fittings. It is in a complex of townhouses at AscotThis retreat has carpeted floors, walk-in robes and a renovated ensuite with twin vanities. It opens to a partly closed terrace with concertina all-weather aluminium shutters. Also on this upper level is a living room with a study nook, wall-mounted television, a chic bar with a built-in bar and wine fridges and glass doors that slide back to the terrace. And a cellarIt is listed with Joseph Lordi of McGrath Manly. And in Dutton Park, is a kitchen with a serious view in what can only be described as a modern treehouse. 303 ARCHER ST CHANDLERIt sits in 2.5 acres and has a commercial-sized kitchen with a cool room and quality appliances, a 1200-bottle wine cellar, a formal dining to feed the masses, a billiards room, rumpus and vast formal lounge, a private orchard and an alfresco gazebo with kitchen facilities and a resort-style pool. You can cook and chat in this kitchenThere is also a gas cooktop, white timber cabinetry and a large pantry for all of those must-have ingredients.Other features include a main living zone with a gas fireplace, and bi-fold glass doors that open from open plan living area on to the covered timber patio. Their modern townhouse is on the market for offers over $1.375 million. The kitchen at the Dutton Park treehouseDouble storey, floor-to-ceiling glass is a key feature of this home, allowing for views of the river and treetops. Spread over three levels, the kitchen is on level two of the residence with the main living areas, and has views of the lower level and out in to nature. Framed by fully fenced leafy gardens, the private outdoor space presents residents with an ideal zone for barbecues and drinks, the listing says.There is also a study for uploading your latest culinary creations onto social media, and a parents retreat for when its time to down tools. 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenHow do celebrities organise their pantry? 01:15THEY are the houses with kitchens that have been given a grilling by chefs — and passed the culinary test. In Ascot, Michael and Kym Steenberg have been creating unique and handmade cakes from their townhouse kitchen, with the results displayed on their Instagram page, Just Yumm Brisbane. How is that for a dining room? A spot for some alfresco diningAnd for when the home chef is off-duty, it is a short stroll to Racecourse Road’s boutique shops and cafes, Portside Wharf, Eat Street markets and Doomben and Eagle Farm racecourses. In Hendra, retired chef John Yarnton is selling his four bedroom townhouse, which is on the market for offers over $760,000.Mr Yarnton has worked in the kitchens of hotels and restaurants, and was even a chef for Qantas for 30 years.“We would cook over 19,000 meals (for Qantas) on a slow day,” he said. Upstairs is home to the four bedrooms including the master bedroom with its walk-in wardrobe and ensuite, the laundry for soaking any cooking-related spills, a bathroom and a second living area. One of 36 townhouses in the complex, shared facilities include extensive gardens, an inground central pool and relaxing pool side entertainment area. Mr Yarnton said he had cooked up to six courses for a dozen people in that kitchen.But he is moving on as he needs more room for a herb and veggie garden. “It has done its job well,” he said. Both properties are listed with agents Patrick McKinnon and Will Churchill of Place Ascot.But if those don’t light a fire in your belly, these kitchens may just inspire you to whip out the mortar and pestle. In Chandler, this landmark residence just screams “entertain here”. Multimillion-dollar home reno House sells for $1.65m above its purchase price Spread over two storeys, it has three bedrooms, three bathrooms and space for two vehicles, two outdoor spaces and a living room with a bar.But it is the kitchen that will fire up keen chefs. It features a combined island bench and breakfast bar topped with Calacutta marble, stainless steel Miele appliances, soft-closing drawers and a wine rack. MORE NEWS: Grand estates that will make you drool Listed for sale by negotiation with Christine Rudolph at Ray White New Farm is 23-29 Borva St. It sits on 2300 sqm of riverfront land and comprises of two lots, one of which hosts a minimalist house designed by architect, Geoff Cook. This house was designed to capture the viewsIt has premium appliances and the latest mod cons. There is also a pool deck on the lower level with an integrated barbecue that overlooks the pool.last_img read more

D.O. Sportscast: Women’s basketball, lacrosse beats discuss season outlooks

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text The women’s basketball season is coming to a close. With the ACC Tournament on the horizon, the beat writers discuss what to expect from the Orange (22-7, 11-5 Atlantic Coast) in the postseason. The beat writers discuss whether freshman Emily Engstler will play in the tournament and explain why she didn’t play in the last game.On the women’s lacrosse side, the beat writers talk about Syracuse’s (6-1, 1-1) ranking at No. 4 and the impact of the freshman class. Predictions are made as to what to expect this weekend against No. 2 Maryland as well.center_img Published on March 4, 2019 at 11:44 pmlast_img

Two Fort St. John Groups receive grants from the Province

first_img“We support programs that make our communities safer and empower people to protect and preserve British Columbia’s natural environment,” said Selina Robinson, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing. “We are pleased to fund not-for-profit organizations in this important work, including strengthening volunteer fire departments and enhancing community conservation efforts to protect our environment.” – Advertisement -Through public safety programs, non-profit organizations provide emergency and life-saving services including search and rescue activities, volunteer fire departments, emergency preparedness, and community and restorative justice for people throughout the province. The Northern Environmental Action Team received $25,500 and North Peace Justice Society $18,000.00. In total $5.6 million will be handed out to 125 organizations across B.C. for public safety programs and $4.6 million for environmental programs.center_img VICTORIA, B.C. – Two Fort St. John groups have received money from Provincial Gaming grants to help provide life-saving emergency and environmental conservation programs.last_img read more

Osok fielding costs Wazito three points

first_img0Shares0000Wazito have thus been deducted points from the win, but have immediately earned them back with the Federation awarding them points for their botched match against Shabana FC in Kisii.NAIROBI, Kenya, Apr 25 – Despite handing Kisumu All Stars their first National Super League loss at home this campaign, Wazito FC have seen all that hard work undone by an administrative error after the Football Kenya Federation stripped them of the win for fielding a suspended player.All Stars made a protest to the Federation’s League and Competitions office that midfielder Teddy Osok, who scored one of the goals in the 4-0 thrashing was fielded for that match and yet was suspended having accumulated five yellow cards. The same was confirmed by the Federation.“Teddy Osok, License Number FKF00352 was suspended for the match against Kisumu Allstars FC having accumulated five yellow cards in the league matches against; Shabana FC (Round 6), Bidco United FC (Round 8), Fortune Sacco FC (Round 13), Nairobi City Stars FC (Round 20) and Bidco United FC (Round 27),” a statement from the Federation.Wazito have thus been deducted points from the win, but have immediately earned them back with the Federation awarding them points for their botched match against Shabana FC in Kisii.-Crowd troubleThe match was halted due to crowd trouble with Wazito leading and the Federation has made a ruling to award the match to the visitors.Wazito FC’s Zachary Gathu vies for the ball with a Kisumu All Stars player during their National Super League match at the Moi Stadium in KisumuWith the scenario, Wazito remain on 57 points after 28 rounds of matches but have dropped to second spot with All Stars rising to the top with same number of points but a better goal difference.Meanwhile, Shabana as well as Kibera Black Stars have been fined Sh20,000 for crowd trouble during their matches against Wazito.Elsewhere, Nairobi City Stars will have to do without the services of head coach John Amboko as well as players Austine Ochieng and Ronny Kagunzi for the rest of the season after the three were found guilty of violent conduct on match officials during their match against Kenya Police last Wednesday in Naivasha.The match was halted with scores tied at 1-1 after the City Stars players refused to get back to the field of play protesting a decision from the referee with ugly scenes following.0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Figueiredo to play for Humboldt Crabs in 2018

first_imgA familiar face to local baseball fans will be lining out for the Humboldt Crabs this summer, with the team announcing that College of the Redwoods standout Kokko Figueiredo will join the club.Figueiredo will give the Crabs plenty of options on offense after a spring season that has seen him star for the Corsairs.The former Fortuna High player leads Redwoods with a .396 average at the plate, and has displayed his power with a team-high 11 doubles to go with 20 RBIs.More than that, Figueiredo …last_img

9 months agoLiverpool midfielder Henderson: Salah thrives off critics

first_imgLiverpool midfielder Henderson: Salah thrives off criticsby Freddie Taylor9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveJordan Henderson says Liverpool teammate Mohamed Salah thrives from his critics.The Egyptian has quietly gone about his business this season after an incredible 2017/18 campaign, having bagged 14 goals from 22 Premier League games.However, Salah has been accused of diving at times this season, but it is something that Henderson believes motivates the nifty attacker.”He will do things that some fans might not see that often but they should enjoy him because he is world class,” the midfielder told UK newspapers.”It was a penalty, a clear penalty. There’s nothing to talk about that.”In terms of Mo, I would think away grounds would be appreciative of what they see. The things he does, I’m sure he is a joy to watch.”If they try to put pressure on him, they will only make him better. It won’t bother him. He’s so strong, I know he is.”The more people are against him, the more he will want to prove them wrong. I’m not worried about that. When he goes to away grounds, people should appreciate him. He will do things that people want to see.” About the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

20 hours ago​Juventus negotiate increase with shirt sponsors Jeep

first_img​Juventus negotiate increase with shirt sponsors Jeepby Ian Ferris20 hours agoSend to a friendShare the loveJuventus have announced a reworking of their sponsorship deal with Jeep, which sees the car manufacturer pay an extra €25 million (US$27.8 million) a season through to the end of the 2020/21 campaign, reports, www.sportspromedia.com/.With the reworked arrangement, the remainder of the deal would be worth a minimum of €42 million (US$46.74 million) a year and as much as €45 million (US$50.08 million) per year.A statement on Juventus’ website read: ‘It is announced that, due to the excellent sport performances achieved in recent years by the first team which contributed to the club’s improved Uefa ranking, and due to the increased Juventus brand awareness at a worldwide level, Juventus Football Club SpA. and FCA Italy SpA. agreed to increase the yearly fixed Jeep sponsorship consideration by €25 million for 2019/2020 and 2020/2021 football seasons, including of certain additional sponsorship rights.’The other provisions set out in the sponsorship agreement executed in April 2012 and in force until 30 June 2021 remain unchanged’.The club also confirmed that negotiations have already begun to renew the partnership beyond the current agreement. TagsSerie A NewsAbout the authorIan FerrisShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

September 22 2017Construction is continuing the p

first_imgSeptember 22, 2017Construction is continuing the project to improve the area be Unit 9 and 10 with a permanent shade structure. Here is a drawing from the planning department that show the anticipated installation of a new permanent shade structure as well as the completed ADA Parking Spaces.Jona worked diligently to weld and finish the steel beams that will support the shade.The steel beams were fitted into place before being painted with white enamel paint to protect them from rusting.Construction manager Joel, with Landscaping manager Julie, teach the workshop participants Ellen and Rebecca the process of pouring concrete footings for the footings.Here is the finished frame for the shade material. More to come.(photos by Sue Kirsch, text by Shannon Mackenzie)last_img