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About half of US small businesses have not paid full April rent

About 30 percent of survey respondents said they did not make a rent or mortgage payment in April and 20 percent said they made a partial payment, according to a poll by Alignable.
Tags: Oregon, US, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Small Businesses, Data, Analysis, Radio, Rent, Mortgage, Small Business Loans, Chamber of Commerce, New York State, Jpmorgan, Markets & Economy, Select


New listing volumes plunge 50-75% across the globe

As the pandemic and associated effect on the real estate market spreads, one of the best leading indicators of a decline in transaction volumes — new listings — has dropped an average of 63 percent in the earliest hit markets.
Tags: Opinion, Data, Analysis, Radio, Markets & Economy, Mike Delprete, Coronavirus, COVID-19


Post-virus home price growth forecasts show spike in the West

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and its effects on the market, home prices are expected to increase at half the rate prior to the outbreak according to forecasting by Veros Real Estate Solutions.
Tags: Data, Analysis, Chicago, Radio, Spokane, Boise, Baton Rouge, Markets & Economy, Home Price Growth, Veros Real Estate Solutions, Coronavirus, Home Price Declines


Northeast markets most susceptible to impacts of coronavirus

Counties in the Northeast and Florida are at the greatest risk of taking the biggest hit to the housing market in the wake of the pandemic.
Tags: Florida, Maryland, Virginia, Data, Analysis, Radio, New Jersey, Louisiana, North Carolina, Delaware, South Carolina, Tarrant County, Northeast, McHenry County, Collin County, Lake County


Making sense of the headlines: Is the jumbo mortgage market collapsing?

Looking for a little clarity on this week's economic and housing news? Windermere Chief Economist Matthew Gardner talks through the volatility of the jumbo mortgage market and what it means.
Tags: Video, Housing, Opinion, Recession, Mortgages, Housing Market, Data, Economy, Analysis, Radio, Columns, Home Values, Markets & Economy, Select, Matthew Gardner, Housing Supply


Digital equality: South Africa still has a long way to go

The lifeline subsidy may enable those who are already connected through smart devices to use data more optimally to enjoy the benefits of being connected, but it does not assist with bringing the 50% of South African’s who are offline, online The post Digital equality: South Africa still has a long way to go appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Opinion, Data, Article, South Africa, Wifi, Openaccess, Competition Commission, Cyril Ramaphosa, Top Six, South Africa (country, Data Prices, Digital Inequality, Sa Connect


These are the two COVID-19 data sites I incessantly check

Even tho they are only updated once a day (at most) I check, check and re-check 91-divoc and the IHME COVID-19 Projections. The linear scale graphs on 91-divoc have given me the best picture of 'is the curve flattening' for the regions I watch. Tribalism runs rampant during Trump's Pandemic and I am naturally more focused on the regions where my loved ones live. IHME's projections give me an idea about what to expect based on data and models they've explained and I can trust. What comes ...
Tags: Health, Post, Science, News, Research, US news, Data, Trump, Pandemic, Stay Informed, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Data Over Propaganda, Death Count


Number of homes for sale declines 15.7% in March

The market started to show a slow down in the second half of March as the coronavirus outbreak settled in, according to data from realtor.com and Redfin.
Tags: Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Data, Analysis, Radio, San Diego, Miami, Agent, San Jose, St. Louis, Denver, Pittsburgh, Redfin, Inventory, Greater Phoenix, Markets & Economy


First special Audio Content Fund grants announced

Seven projects have been awarded a total of £92,000 in the special Audio Content Fund round to support audiences during coronavirus restrictions. Programmes range from 33-hour Easter raves on three KISS stations to a comedy on Fix Radio. Self-isolating with Lee and Dean is a comedy sketch series about two builders keeping in touch while keeping their distance, which started broadcasting daily on 1st April on Fix Radio. Meanwhile, six national radio stations from Bauer Media will broadcast 52 ...
Tags: London, Top, Data, Industry, Radio, Fund, Helen Boaden, John Whittingdale, Sam Bailey, Lee, Bauer, Dean, Bauer Media, ACF, Fix Radio, TBI Media


Reverse Mortgage Endorsements Dip in March, COVID-19 Impact Not Yet Reflected

Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) endorsements decreased by 14% to 2,913 loans for the month of March 2020, continuing the slight dip compared to the prior month. The majority of the top 10 lenders recorded endorsement decreases, while 9 of 10 tracked regions were down, as well. This is according to the March HECM Lenders report compiled by Reverse Market Insight (RMI). Only one of the tracked regions – the Northwest/Alaska – remained unchanged in its endorsement activity compared with t...
Tags: Featured, Finance, Data, Hud, FAR, Northwest Alaska, HECM, RMI, Fairway, AAG, American Advisors Group AAG, New View Advisors, RMF, Finance of America Reverse FAR, Reverse Market Insight, Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation


Simulating an Epidemic: Using Data to Show How Diseases Like COVID-19 Spread

Disease modeling as a science has come into its own lately, for heartbreakingly obvious reasons. What may not be so obvious to those of us who aren't scientists is just how critical data can be in changing the course of events in an outbreak. Virus outbreaks may be “acts of God” or acts of unregulated black markets and agribusinesses, but in either case, statistical models can show, concretely, how collective human activity can save lives—and show what happens when people don’t act toget...
Tags: Health, Google, Science, College, Data, Current Affairs, The Washington Post, Facebook Twitter, Stevens, Josh Jones, Durham NC Follow, Kevin Simler, Harry Stevens, Nicholas Jewell, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute


Foreclosure activity hits lowest point in 15 years

There were a total of 48,004 properties with foreclosure filings in February 2020, the lowest number since Attom began tracking the data in April 2005.
Tags: Texas, Washington, Oregon, New York City, Los Angeles, Data, Analysis, Chicago, Radio, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Michigan, Nevada, Cleveland, Illinois, Baltimore


Mortgage applications surge along with refis

Mortgage applications activity increased by 15.3 percent and the refinance index increased 26 percent during the week ending March 27.
Tags: New York, California, Washington, Data, Analysis, Radio, Department of Agriculture, Mortgage Bankers Association, Markets & Economy, Select, Mortgage Applications, VA Home Loans, Federal Housing Administration (FHA, Joel Kan, Mortgage Refinancing


How to burn a CD

Here's our easy guide on how to burn a CD that can be used on any PC or CD/DVD player, for data or music.
Tags: Music, Trends, Data, How-to, Computing, Cd, CD burner, CD-R, Tier 4


Reverse Mortgage Industry Hopeful for Private Product Expansions

Proprietary reverse mortgage products that are not reliant on the Federal Housing Administration (FHA)-backed Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) program remain a major source of industry optimism for those within it as of the beginning of 2020. This is according to Reverse Mortgage Daily’s Outlook Survey and Report, conducted online in December 2019. The survey solicited the input of more than 330 reverse mortgage professionals at multiple levels to offer their thoughts on the HECM and pr...
Tags: Featured, Finance, Data, Helo, FHA, Federal Housing Administration FHA, HECM, American Advisors Group, AAG, American Advisors Group AAG, One Reverse Mortgage, Reverse Mortgage Funding, RMF, NRMLA, Reza Jahangiri, Reverse Mortgage Daily


36% of home shoppers believe the recession has already begun: Poll

A new survey by Realtor.com reflects the stark contrast in homebuyer sentiment since the beginning of March. Still, many homebuyers are undeterred.
Tags: Data, Analysis, Radio, Agent, Markets & Economy, Select, Realtor.com, Home Prices, Homebuyer, Danielle Hale, Economic Recession, Coronavirus, Homebuyer Sentiment


36% of homeshoppers believe the recession has already begun: Poll

A new survey by realtor.com reflects the stark contrast in homebuyer sentiment since the beginning of March. Still, many homebuyers are undeterred.
Tags: Data, Analysis, Radio, Agent, Markets & Economy, Select, Realtor.com, Home Prices, Homebuyer, Danielle Hale, Economic Recession, Coronavirus, Homebuyer Sentiment


Data privacy on social media and why it matters

Earlier this year, we launched Digital 2020 – our latest set of Global Digital Reports, which showed that privacy concerns remain front of mind for internet users around the world. Here, GlobalWebIndex‘s Strategic Insights Analyst, Olivia Valentine examines the role of privacy on social media and why it matters to users, platforms and brands, alike. Unlike topics and trends that come and go, data privacy remains an ever-important issue for internet users around the world. And while these conce...
Tags: Google, UK, Social Media, Seo, Eu, Data, Data Privacy, Thought Leadership, GlobalWebIndex, Global Digital Report, Digital 2020


Tapping Into the Innovation Grid: J&J, Data, and a Shifting Healthcare Focus

Johnson & Johnson’s global head of external innovation says there needs to be a shift in how healthcare research is funded to focus on early detection and curing rather than managing diseases.“When you look at the investment in research in the pharma industry, it’s all designed to treat established diseases,” William Hait, global head of Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ) External Innovation, told delegates at the BIO-Europe Spring event, held digitally last week due to the coronavirus crisis.While ...
Tags: Apple, Deals, Startups, Wearables, Europe, Drugs, Big Data, Cancer, Trends, Tech, Data, Innovation, Venture Capital, Genomics, National, Biotech


Making sense of the headlines: How will the housing market fare?

Looking for a little clarity on this week's economic and housing news? Windermere Chief Economist Matthew Gardner shares why the housing market is poised for a healthy rebound.
Tags: Analysis, Columns, Data, Markets & Economy, Opinion, Select, Video, Economy, Home Values, Housing, Housing Market, Housing Recession, Housing Supply, Markets And Economy, Matthew Gardner, Recession


Pending home sales rise in February

According to NAR's Pending Homes Sales Index, pending home sales increased 2.4 percent in February.
Tags: Sacramento, Data, Analysis, Radio, Agent, Rochester, Modesto, Colorado Springs, NAR, National Association of Realtors (NAR, Coronavirus, NAR chief economist Lawrence Yun, Nar Pending Home Sales Index


Inman News quiz, March 27: Think you’re on top of the week’s stories?

The real estate industry threw some curveballs. Take Inman's real estate news quiz to demonstrate how strong your talking points and cocktail banter are this week
Tags: Technology, Lifestyle, Data, Radio, Agent, Inman, Bell Gardens, Markets & Economy, Brokerage, Aaron Kirman, Inman News, U.S. Department of Labor, MLS & Associations, Real Trends 500, Coronavirus, Dalton Gomez


Star Trek: Picard’s Patrick Stewart Breaks Down Season Finale Shocker (Spoilers)

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Star Trek: Picard’s Patrick Stewart breaks down season finale shocker (spoilers) The day has finally arrived for the first season finale of Star Trek: Picard, CBS All Access’ sequel series to The Next Generation, and it delivered quite the shocker for fans and showrunner Michael Chabon, executive producer Akiva Goldsman and star Patrick Stewart have opened up to The Hollywood Reporter on their decision making. Warning: Major Spoilers Lie Ahead for Star Trek: Picard‘s sea...
Tags: TV, Movies, Deanna Troi, Data, Discovery, TV News, Streaming, Cbs, Michael Chabon, Patrick Stewart, Whoopi Goldberg, Cbs All Access, Nemesis, Oxfordshire, Gene Roddenberry, Stewart


You Ask, I Answer: Social Media Audience Growth Rates During Crisis?

Elena asks, “Are you seeing more or less followers and audience during the crisis on social media?” Far fewer: Facebook 30 day average: 0.11% growth Facebook 7 day average: 0.04% growth Change: -63% Instagram 30 day average: 0.21% growth Instagram 7 day average: 0.01% growth Change: -95% Data source: Crowdtangle and TrustInsights.ai compiled lists of […] The post You Ask, I Answer: Social Media Audience Growth Rates During Crisis? appeared first on Christopher S. Penn - Marketing Data Science Ke...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Social Networks, Marketing, Social Media, Seo, Data, Analytics, Elena, Christopher, Penn Marketing Data Science Keynote


Home affordability modestly improves in first quarter of 2020

Median home prices were still unaffordable for 66 percent of U.S. counties in Q1 2020, but that number decreased from 70.4 percent in Q4 2019.
Tags: Data, Analysis, Radio, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Miami, Orange County, San Diego County, Cook County, Baltimore County, Madison County, Harris County, Wayne County, Butte County, Maricopa County, Peoria County, Markets & Economy


People are fleeing cities amid coronavirus. Where are they going?

Data retrieved Airbnb analysis website AirDNA shows that short-term renters are emptying out of cities and heading to more rural areas as coronavirus cases become more widespread.
Tags: Data, News Brief, Rentals, Airbnb, Airdna, Boston, Chicago, Coronavirus, Nantucket, New York City, Rural, Vacation Destinations


Here's a New COVID-19 Data Site to Obsessively Refresh

If you can’t look away from the climbing case counts, look here. A visualization site called 91-DIVOC provides graphs of the epidemic curve, comparing countries, and allowing you to see them on either a linear or logarithmic scale. Read more...
Tags: Data, Lifehacks, Visualization, Coronavirus


Alaska Automated Its Weather Stations and Created a Snow Data Disaster

Twice a day at National Weather Service Offices nationwide, personnel release weather balloons to measure atmospheric pressure, temperature, humidity and wind speed. In Nome, Alaska, Bob TenEyck or his partner would do that at 3 a.m., a few hours after measuring the snow depth and snowfall. For 112 years, these snow…Read more...
Tags: National Weather Service, Science, Snow, Data, Alaska, Climate Science, Nome Alaska, Bob TenEyck


Making sense of the headlines: The U.S. economy and unemployment

Looking for a little clarity on this week's economic and housing news? Windermere Chief Economist Matthew Gardner gives his take on this week’s headlines.
Tags: Video, Opinion, Data, Analysis, Radio, Columns, Markets & Economy, Select, Matthew Gardner


CBS All Access is Offering a Free Trial for the Next Month, So Here’s Your Chance to Catch Up on ‘Picard’

In these trying times, more and more content providers are attempting to make the best of a bad situation. Everyone is stuck inside (well, in theory – plenty of jerks are still going out), which means people are streaming programs in higher quantities than ever before. In an attempt to get in on that action, CBS All Access is available for free for the next month. You can catch up on all the CBS All Access shows – including the entire first season of Star Trek: Picard, which is airing its seaso...
Tags: Movies, US, Data, Cbs, Patrick Stewart, Cbs All Access, Jean Luc Picard, Picard, Starfleet, Jonathan Frakes, Dahj, Isa Briones, Star Trek: Picard, Bruce Maddox, Brent Spiner Jeri Ryan Marina Sirtis