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Investing in Inclusive Communities: How Fair Housing Organizations Foster Diverse and Stable Neighborhoods Using the Federal Fair Housing Act.

Since the advent of the housing crisis in 2008, approximately 5.8 million homes across the country have been lost to foreclosure. Although many housing markets have since recovered from the collapse of U.S. home prices, the recovery has been uneven, and many communities throughout the nation have been stripped of wealth and equity. Many communities […]
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Here Comes the Bank, There Goes Our Neighborhood

Discriminatory practices rampant in America’s housing market have driven our nation’s foreclosure crisis. Already, a robust body of research has revealed that African-American and Latino borrowers received a disproportionate share of highcost subprime loans, often when they qualified for better, more sustainable loans. Further research demonstrates that foreclosures are not evenly distributed throughout our country’s […]
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Still No Home for the Holidays: A Report on the State of Housing and Housing Discrimination in the Gulf Coast Region

Over a year has elapsed since the hurricanes of 2005 wrought destruction and devastation on the Gulf Coast, yet countless numbers of evacuees remain unable to return home. Today, the region continues to undergo extensive repair and rebuilding but many people remain displaced, without stable long-term housing and usually struggling to make mortgage or homeowners […]