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All that talk about inflation peaking? Never mind.
Jun 10, 2022

All that talk about inflation peaking? Never mind.

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New research is showing that tenants who have longer commutes to the courthouse are more likely to get evicted from their homes. There's a coal boom going on right now, but what are the long-term implications as the world makes a push toward renewable energy? Metlife's Drew Matus joins us to discuss the markets as Consumer Price Index data rolls in.

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Tenants with long commutes to court more likely to be evicted, study finds

Jun 10, 2022
Arriving late to a court hearing or missing the hearing entirely can result in a default judgement against the tenant.
Research shows that distance from the courthouse can play a key role in tenants being unable to fight off evictions.
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