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Jb Reed | Bloomberg | Getty Images The number of borrowers in coronavirus-related mortgage relief programs fell for the second straight week, as cities began to reopen and some Americans went back to work. There are 4.66 million borrowers in government or private-sector forbearance programs, representing 8.8% of all active mortgages, according to Black Knight,
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Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont told CNBC on Friday that the coronavirus pandemic will likely cause more people who live in New York City to consider moving to his state. “There’s no question about it. Phones are ringing off the hook at real estate offices all throughout southern Connecticut,” Lamont said on “Squawk Box.”  Lamont, a Democrat, said
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A month-long battle with the coronavirus made it difficult for Esteban Giron and his husband to pay their $990 rent. ”I was so sick I could barely walk to the bathroom,” Giron, 41, said. He’s lived in his apartment in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, for over seven years, and if he had to move out, it would be
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Loan servicers are being slammed by requests from homeowners to delay their monthly mortgage payments as the coronavirus forces millions of people out of work. Yet one of the industry’s top regulators vehemently denies that those servicers need any help. Top industry leaders are fighting back in an escalating war of words that could have a
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