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  • Following a year of uncertainty, chase home lending study finds first-time homebuyers may lack confidence – but are still motivated to buy

    Following a year of uncertainty, chase home lending study finds first-time homebuyers may lack confidence – but are still motivated to buy

    Research Indicates that Consumers’ Likeliness to Purchase a Home in 2021 Remains High Amid Income Fluctuations Sponsored by J.P. Morgan Chase With the summer homebuying season well underway, today, Chase Home Lending released the findings of its new First-Time Homebuyer Study. The survey included more than 1,100 consumers who indicated that they are looking to

  • Experian goes bilingual with its industry-leading credit and personal finance Twitter chat

    Experian goes bilingual with its industry-leading credit and personal finance Twitter chat

    Monthly #ChatDeCrédito series and “Ultimate Guide to Credit” e-book provide access for Spanish-speaking consumers to get their credit and personal finance questions answered by Corporate Outreach Costa Mesa, Calif., Sept. 01, 2021 — In an effort to educate more consumers about credit and personal finance, Experian® today announced new free resources created specifically for bilingual

  • These steps can help protect your money and your information.

    These steps can help protect your money and your information.

    ________________________________________________________________________________________ How a simple email or text message could open you up to fraud Sponsored content from JPMorgan Chase & Co. The pandemic has accelerated identity theft – and the impact on people is significant. In fact, Americans have lost more than $382 million to scams related to stimulus checks and unemployment benefits, fake treatments

  • Chase Survey Finds Demand for Digital Banking Tools Continues to Grow

    Chase Survey Finds Demand for Digital Banking Tools Continues to Grow

    Chase’s most recent survey examines consumers’ relationship with cash, savings and digital banking tools one year after the start of the pandemic. Consumers Want More Personalization Consumers want their bank to offer personalized tools and information to make them more informed about their savings and spending habits: Gen Z are Early Adopters: 79% percent of

  • MEDA receives grant from JPMorgan Chase to support rural communities in CA

    MEDA receives grant from JPMorgan Chase to support rural communities in CA

    The goal is to ensure that they have better access to affordable housing and jobs   by Araceli Martínez Sponsored by J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.   The Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA) received a $250,000 philanthropic investment from JPMorgan Chase to launch a multi-year effort that will expand the capacity of rural nonprofits and

  • Going green is the new normal

    Going green is the new normal

    To our beloved community As we start transitioning to a new normal post-pandemic, communities and businesses are looking to “go green” to stay healthy. Staying healthy does not only mean social distancing and vaccinations, it also means making a concerted effort to improve the air quality, and overall environment, of our communities by making homes

  • JPMorgan Chase’s Advancing Cities Challenge is back

    JPMorgan Chase’s Advancing Cities Challenge is back

    Communities are invited to apply until June 28th for up to $5 million to support innovative, sustainable solutions that drive wealth creation and economic success of Black and Latina women, which is foundational to building more equitable communities.   Based on a history of investments across U.S. cities, JPMorgan Chase understands achieving a more inclusive economy

  • Our path forward to advance racial equity

    Our path forward to advance racial equity

    By Brian Lamb Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion at JPMorgan Chase & Co. Over the past year, and up until recently, we have seen numerous reminders that systemic racism brings devastating consequences for individuals, families and communities. The COVID-19 pandemic is tearing through both Latino and Black communities across the country, disproportionately impacting people