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Resource Helps Renters and Landlords Find State and Local Programs Distributing Federal Rental Assistance

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) July 28th 2021 released an online tool to help renters and landlords impacted by the pandemic easily find and apply for payment assistance for rent, utilities and other expenses. The Rental Assistance Finder, available at www.consumerfinance.gov/renthelp, connects renters and landlords with the state and local programs that are distributing billions of dollars in federal assistance nationwide to help renters stay housed during the pandemic.   “Millions of people are behind on their rent and at risk of eviction as a result of the pandemic,” said CFPB Acting Director Dave Uejio. “The Rental Assistance Finder will make it easier for renters and landlords to locate the financial assistance available in their area. People across the country are already receiving billions of dollars in assistance, and with this new tool, we hope even more renters and landlords will take advantage of this emergency relief. This money is a win-win for both landlords and renters and a better outcome for all than costly, needless evictions.”   According to a CFPB analysis of Census Household Pulse Survey data from June 23–July 5, 16 percent of adults living in households who rent said they are currently behind on their payments. Of adults living in households behind on rent, 49 percent, or approximately 3.6 million of them say that eviction in the next two months is somewhat or very likely.   As part of an unprecedented economic recovery effort, the federal government has allocated more than $46 billion to assist [...]

By |2021-09-19T20:27:00+00:00July 29th, 2021|Resources|0 Comments

Lifestyle Choices That Effect Your Credit

9 CREDIT SCORES YOU NEVER KNEW EXISTED You already know about your credit risk score, more commonly known as your FICO Credit Score. That is the one we normally think of when we talk about credit scoring but are your aware that you are being analyzed based on other lifestyle choices and these Nine other types of Consumer Scores that are relatively unknown — that affect you tremendously: Revenue Score - This score measures how much money you are likely to make the creditor. This is measured by rank-ordering your revolving credit accounts by how much of a revenue source you might be in the future. Bankruptcy Score - Predicts if you are likely to declare bankruptcy. It looks at data such as how many high-balance and delinquent accounts you have. Creditors know that anyone who has a high number of late payments or maxed-out accounts is headed for trouble. Response Score - You know all those “pre-approved” offers you get in the mail? Someone is tallying the number you throw away. The more offers you accept, the higher your response score. Attrition Score - This score addresses the likelihood that you may leave one lender for another. If your score is high enough, you will get convenience checks in the mail; or even a personal phone call from the creditor, offering you incentives to stay with them. Behavior Score - This very specific score measures your overall performance with one creditor. Information includes how long you have had [...]

By |2021-02-28T22:21:27+00:00February 22nd, 2021|Education|0 Comments
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