Last night was President Barack Obama’s Address to a Joint Session of Congress. Today, we want to turn up the conversation around 6 big issues he raised.
Using mortgage data from the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act, we take a look at how homeowners in swing spots fared in the housing bubble burst.
With today’s turbulent economy, money and taxes seems ever more relevant, so we ask “What do these swing spots look like when it comes to money and taxes?”
Performance in school or how many have a high school degree or bachelor’s degree or more differ for K-12 students in swing spots compared to the rest.
Population in swing spots varies widely from the large Virginia County of Fairfax to Youngstown, Ohio.
When it comes to economic life, the swing areas share one thing in common – a strong percentage of residents working in the retail industry.
The NYTimes touched on 5 localities of interest in the upcoming presidential election, and we are going to look more closely to learn more.
From the most recent data issued from the IRS, users can view the percent of all IRS Tax Returns with IRA contributions at a state or zip code level.
19% of all homebuyers who financed the purchase of a home in 2006 used a “piggyback” loan. Using HMDA data, TRF estimated when piggyback loans were used.