‘Millennial leader’ highlights impact of housing on 2016 election

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Bernie Sanders, a self-proclaimed democratic socialist and Democratic candidate in the 2016 United States presidential election, was the most popular candidate among millennial voters in the primary phase, having garnered more votes from people under 30 in 21 states than the major parties’ candidates, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, did combined.

Millennials have a great responsibility, just as all generations do. Millennials will have an impact. As they fill more corporate, charitable, and government leadership positions, they need to do so with grace, future-oriented intentions, and inclusive, productive actions. What The Millennial Impact Report highlights is encouraging and refreshing.

Younger consumers are opting for paper towels over napkins, according a Washington Post article from 2016. The Post points to a survey conducted by Mintel, which highlights that. will have a.

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Robert Johnson, president and CEO of American College of Financial Services in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, predicts the election. of millennial investors are interested in sustainable investing..

Angel Oak plots expansion in non-QM correspondent lending ATLANTA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Angel Oak Mortgage Solutions (Angel Oak), the leader in the Non-agency space, announces its strategic expansion into the correspondent lending market with the hiring of.

A year after the so-called mortgage stress test came into effect, the mortgage underwriting guidelines are being targeted by Conservative politicians ahead of a provincial and general election..

Private sector gains 130,000 jobs in October U.S. Private Sector Adds 130,000 Jobs In October: ADP. Wochit. 6 years ago | 3 views. Economists surveyed by Reuters had forecast the ADP National Employment Report would show a gain of 150,000 jobs. The report is jointly developed with Moody’s Analytics. The data comes against the backdrop of a.

How President Donald Trump’s policies could affect metro Phoenix homeowners. Trump’s plans for Wall Street, a border wall, immigration and builder regulations could impact Arizona’s housing market.

 · US elections: obstacles facing homeless voters. Homeless Americans face challenges in voting during the 2016 US elections, but many still exercise their right.

Millennial Impact Report: 2016. With the changing landscape in the U.S. brought on by a presidential election year, the Case Foundation, along with the Achieve research team wanted to understand how-or if-this generation’s philanthropic interests and involvement change, as well. The 2016 Millennial Impact Report investigates how Millennials’ cause.

Millennials have grown vocal and visible in their frustrations with the status quo and increasingly are driven to act locally, a report from Achieve and the Case Foundation finds.. The 2017 Millennial Impact Report, Year in Review: An Invigorated Generation for Causes and social issues (27 pages, PDF) highlights key findings from three studies of millennials’ (born between 1980 and 2000.

Rock the Vote will partner with top entertainment and creative talent to create a series of compelling political content aimed at engaging and mobilizing Millennials throughout the general election season that will be featured in a fall 2016 national bus tour featuring appearances by Rock the Vote artists, musicians and cultural leaders.

Short Sale Incentives Coming in 2010, Treasury Says Getting to 240,000 — 266 Borrowers at a Time Why first-time buyers should think twice – With house prices rising for 12 years in a row, the average price paid by a first-time. the borrowers with small deposits has become much riskier. After all, if you lose your job and your property.Treasury Announces New Short sale process legislation. – The U.S. Treasury Department released a plan intended to speed up and encourage the short sale process. A short sale is the final step a homeowner may take before giving up on a house and letting it slide into foreclosure. However, in the past the foreclosure process has been time consuming and has not delivered the desired results.