Quicken Loans and Amrock Announce North Carolina’s First Online Remote Mortgage Closing – RISMedia |

Quicken Loans and Amrock, an eClosing provider, announced the closing of North Carolina’s first online remote notarization (RON) mortgage. An emergency video notarization law was recently passed in North Carolina, allowing the implementation of RON eClosings. “Modern technology continues to transform a historically heavy and paper-intensive process into a simple …

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New York arts and culture jobs fell 66% last year

New York City has lost two-thirds of its culture and entertainment jobs in the past year amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new one report from the New York State Comptroller’s Office. The report published this month looked for jobs in the performing arts and sports; fun and recreation; …

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tax breaks, voter suppression and criminalization of protests

The Pitch has partnered with a local political advocacy organization called hard light. Their objective is to engage and empower individuals from under-represented populations to strengthen community power. And impact decision-makers. Every week of the year that the Kansas Statehouse is in session, they publish a short recap video what …

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Why has my student financial assistance declined?

If the financial situation of a family remains the same, the financial assistance must remain the same. But, sometimes, the financial assistance will decrease. The causes of a change in the provision of student financial aid can be confusing for students and their families, in part because of the lack …

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Bankrupt dioceses sue SBA for access to payday loan

Washington, DC Newsroom, April 22, 2020 / 3:30 p.m. America / Denver (CNA). Two Catholic dioceses have filed a lawsuit against the Small Business Administration (SBA), claiming they were wrongly denied access to emergency loans during the pandemic due to their bankruptcy status. The New York Dioceses of Rochester and …

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