But the extension only lasts 4 months, the program is $20B in debt, and lawmakers delayed major reforms needed to keep it solvent in the long-term
by Patrick Kearns | Jul 31
Congress has until July 31 to reauthorize the program, otherwise up to 40,000 homeowners are at risk
by Marian McPherson | Jul 13
1,744 Puerto Ricans will be able to stay in transitional housing until July 23, as a Latino civil rights group continues to lobby for long-term assistance from FEMA
by Marian McPherson | Jul 3
New Black Knight report finds that hurricanes didn’t totally ruin last year’s mortgage performance
by Marian McPherson | Feb 5
The company's employees, agents and brokers will receive help
by Marian McPherson | Oct 13
Opinion
The bureaucratic anguish of negotiating with an adjuster can be as stressful as the catastrophe
by Brad Inman | Oct 13
The state of the real estate market in Puerto Rico may lead to a number of agents leaving the island, going to U.S. states such as Florida, New York and California
by Gill South | Oct 6
Waiving the Jones Act would save Puerto Rico precious funds as it recovers from Hurricane Maria's wrath
by Gill South | Sep 27