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"We have rising housing costs, prolonged unemployment and stagnant income and when you combine those three things people are really worried about not being able to afford to keep a roof over their heads," said Nick VinZant, a senior research analyst for QuoteWizard.
1 In 5 New Jerseyans At Risk Of Eviction, Foreclosure: Report
High housing costs, a potential end to a moratorium on evictions and prolonged unemployment have many Americans worried about keeping a roof over their heads. We found that nationwide, nearly 25% of people (1 in 4) are worried they will face foreclosure or eviction in the next two months.
How COVID-19 changed average rent prices
A new report by QuoteWizard, the insurance comparison platform, finds that the pandemic caused rent hikes in 35 states. The website studied the average monthly charge for one-bedroom apartments.
California, Florida, New York Among Best States for Airbnb Hosts
QuoteWizard, a company that offers insurance quotes and resources, recently looked at the states that have the most active Airbnb listings per 100,000 residents during 2020. They also factored in occupancy rates to determine the top states for Airbnb stays.
Report: California Outpaces Other States on Electric Vehicles
A January report by QuoteWizard highlighted Colorado and Vermont – as well as California – for their electric vehicle adoption efforts.
The findings come as electric vehicles feature prominently in the recent national conversation about transportation and the environment.
Mental health screenings and studies show big jumps in anxiety, depression during the pandemic
In another, separate study, the United States’ average rate of depression or anxiety since the start of COVID-19 is 32.12%, according to QuoteWizard, with Colorado slighter lower at 31.5%.
"You look at the numbers and the number of people staying home in California increased by nearly 80%. In Mississippi, that number is less than 5%," said Nick VinZant, Sr. Research Analyst and Insurance Expert with QuoteWizard.
States that stayed home more had fewer COVID-19 cases
QuoteWizard®, a LendingTree company, and one of the nation's leading online insurance marketplaces released a new report analyzing each state's stay-at-home habits, and how those habits impacted the number of COVID-19 cases in the state. Our team of analysts found that while the number of people staying home increased in every state, the percentage increase varied wildly from state-to-state.
03/17/2021 | Seattle, WA
U.S. Birth Rates Are The Lowest in 35 Years
The financial, economic and social stresses of the pandemic have many people less concerned with family planning and more concerned with making ends meet. It's still unclear when the pandemic will end, making it difficult for anyone to plan for the long term, but if past birth trends continue, we should see birth rates drop further in 2021.
02/22/2021 | Seattle, WA
Southern States see the Greatest Disparities Between Healthcare Costs and Middle-Class Income
A new report found workers in Mississippi, Louisiana and Arkansas contribute, on average, the highest percentage of their income to out-of-pocket health coverage costs. Recent trends in health care costs, health care coverage and household income have contributed to growing disparities between different income groups in the United States.
02/16/2021 | Seattle, WA