African Americans pay more in rent for identical housing in identical neighborhoods than white tenants do — a gap that increases the whiter a neighborhood becomes
The mass evictions of entire buildings and affordable apartment complexes have become dangerously commonplace in Philadelphia, requiring tailored strategies and interventions.
NCRC forecasts that changes proposed by current federal regulators to weaken the Community Reinvestment Act could result in the loss of up to $105 billion a year in home lending and small business lending to low- and moderate-income areas
U.S. unemployment is down and jobs are going unfilled. But for people without much education, the real question is: Do those jobs pay enough to live on?
Jeff Bezos and his wife, MacKenzie Bezos, launched a $2 billion fund to help homeless families and create a network of nonprofit preschools in low-income communities
John Taylor, the CEO of the National Community Reinvestment Coalition, credited Sloan with launching a stakeholder advisory council last year but conceded he’s worried about “another shoe to drop” at Wells Fargo and can’t say for sure if Sloan is the right person for the job.
DC is whiter than than it was nearly 40 years ago. But it’s more Hispanic, and more Asian, too.
Homeownership is the foundation of wealth building in America. Without it, the racial wealth gap is growing” says Jesse Van Tol, CEO of the National Community Reinvestment Coalition
A study released earlier this year by the National Community Reinvestment Coalition showed 75 percent of “redlined” neighborhoods continue to struggle and still are much more likely to include lower-income, minority residents.
Options are drying up for small businesses in areas of high money laundering risk.