March 11, 2024

In many parts of the country, Spring Break has arrived. For students, it means a week off to reenergize, relax and regroup before end-of-year exams and school activities winding down. For tourist destinations, it means salivating over the increase of families visiting and spending their hard-earned money. For the housing industry, it means looking forward to all those families deciding it’s time to either sell, buy or do both. Yet, there’s an affordable housing crisis worsening which motivates people to get creative about how to buy a home — and they’re doing just that, just not with family members; Haiti’s domestic situation is getting so bad that now 3 countries are evacuating their diplomatic staff; Credit card companies are fretting over the rise of people delinquent on their payments. See which states have the highest delinquency rates; and Ever read the book “Atomic Habits”? Author, James Clear, brings his message of mastering habit formation through his new app. Go beyond the headlines…

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