Investment

Few delinquent loans become common as the economy rebounds

The post-COVID economic comeback is actually helping CRE in general, but instead of updating overdue properties, it keeps more distress at bay. A new analysis from Moody’s Analytics REIS notes that the pandemic “has exposed weak assets, accelerating their deterioration”, particularly with regard to older malls in slow-growing areas and …

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Expert explains why student loans weren’t canceled

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Federal student loan payments have been extended again. The student loan freeze is now extended until January 31, 2022. “This extension gives borrowers 22 months into the duration of a payment interruption,” said Andrew Pentis, student loans advisor. “One thing to note from the Department …

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What is student loan refinancing and how does it work?

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Refinancing a student loan involves reworking and replacing your loan terms with new terms. This may involve changing the loan manager. There are several things to consider before deciding to refinance your loans. Can I refinance …

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Economic Disaster Lending Update

The SBA is currently accepting new COVID-19 Economic Disaster (EIDL) loan applications from all qualified small businesses, including private non-profit organizations. As of July 29, 2021, the Connecticut entities had received $ 2.5 billion in economic disaster loans, comprising 36,998 loans. Full data report here: EIDL data. The following is …

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