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Medical bills often arrive unexpectedly and send many families into a financial tailspin. Unanticipated out-of-network medical bills, which frequently happen during emergencies, can reach hundreds or thousands of dollars. The No Surprises Act (NSA), which passed in 2020 and went into effect in 2022, broadly prohibits out-of-network bills for emergency and certain non-emergency situations.  

In today's video, we're going to explore a topic that's both intriguing and potentially troublesome – Zombie Second Mortgages. 🏡💀 You might be wondering, what are Zombie Second Mortgages, and how can they affect your homeownership and financial well-being? Don't worry; we've got you covered! In this informative and engaging video, we'll break down everything you need to know about this spooky aspect of real estate. Don't let Zombie Second Mortgages haunt your homeownership dreams! Join us in this video to arm yourself with knowledge and practical insights.

Heirs property owners are at heightened risk of losing the family home to property tax foreclosure and a range of other threats. Heirs who inherit property without a will or who have not yet gone through probate may struggle to access available property tax relief. In this interview, Andrea Bopp Stark and Kristopher Smith describe why this problem exists and suggest policy solutions to address it. 

This is a 2021 National Housing Resource Center (NHRC) webinar titled "Protecting Inter-Generational Wealth: Keeping the Family Homestead" concerning issues faced by a home's successors in interest (those who receive an interest in a home after a homeowner's death or divorce)  but who are not on the mortgage.  This raises issues dealing with mortgage servicers, obtaining loan modifications, and making mortgage payments. The webinar was presented by Sarah Mancini at NCLC and by Lisa Sitkin of the National Housing Law Project.