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Coronavirus Resources

Mar 24, 2020 by Millionacres Staff

Coronavirus has affected thousands of Americans, causing economic volatility, social distancing, a skyrocket in unemployment, and countless other changes to life as we know it. Though the government and medical officials have passed legislation to help guide the American people through this pandemic from a health perspective, a lot of questions remain unanswered. Many Americans are left wondering about their assets, with real estate at the forefront. As real estate investors, our concerns have shifted toward the occupancy of rental properties, the ability to pay rent and mortgages, the ability to buy and sell properties, and even if it's safe to attend an open house.

With so much uncertainty within the realm of real estate investing, we've pulled together a comprehensive selection of resources to help investors cope with the current real estate climate. As investors, we're always looking to build wealth in the long run, but here, you can find materials to help mitigate current real estate investing obstacles.

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How the Coronavirus Could Impact the American Real Estate Market

No one truly knows how the coronavirus may impact the U.S. real estate market, but that doesn't stop us from trying to figure it out. Here are my predictions.

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Is Listing Your Home During the COVID-19 Outbreak a Bad Idea?

Putting your home up for sale right now is a pretty mixed bag.

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Problems That Arise When Tenants Are Home 24/7 Due to COVID-19 Concerns

Living with a lot of neighbors may be doable in most cases, but during a crisis when everyone is home, it can turn into a nightmare.

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Homebuilding Is Primed for Growth -- Will Coronavirus Change That?

Strong numbers for building permits could mean a busy construction season.

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NAR Reports Waning Homebuying Interest as COVID-19 Spreads

Trade group says February was strongest since 2007 and inventory remains poised for post-pandemic recovery.

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Mortgage Rates Are Down Due to COVID-19. Should You Refinance?

Refinancing could make sense, depending on your long-term plans for your home.

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Where is Construction on Pause due to COVID-19?

Is construction an essential service? It depends on your state and local government.

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Will COVID-19 Doom Coworking?

Small businesses are anxiously waiting for the end of the coronavirus pandemic, but will all of them have an office to return to once it's over?

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Should I Back Out of a Home Purchase Due to COVID-19?

Midway through buying a home? Backing out may be the scared impulse, the smart choice, or the only real option.

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Pandemic Perils: Survey Finds Renters, Homeowners With Drained Savings and Changing Market Plans

Coronavirus slams budgets and real estate plans.

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5 Home Improvements Your Stimulus Check Could Pay For

Getting a lump sum in the next few weeks or months? Here are a few projects you may want to tackle with it.

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Mortgage Payment Delays Spiking as Pandemic Strangles the Job Market

Mortgage forbearances spike in weekly survey.

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