A new study investigates the intersection of climate change and real estate, and finds that higher elevations bring higher values.
Airbnb frequently touts its economic impact in “diverse” neighborhoods, saying guests spend money locally and boost businesses in areas where tourism is not already prevalent.
But a new Purdue University study found that white neighborhoods – not their black or Latino counterparts – are the ones most likely to benefit from an influx of Airbnb guests.
The agency is drawing legal and political flak.
The post-industrial U.S. “legacy” cities are experiencing a renaissance. But lower-income, majority-black enclaves are struggling more than ever.
A new report lays out the reasons fewer young people are becoming homeowners, shows why it matters, and offers some solutions.
The Redlining practices of the 1930s have legacy that carries on to today. Sexual Assault, Poverty and Poor Internet plague those today who were denied fair lending 80 years ago.
“Justice Kennedy, a conservative, wrote in 2015 that ’restrictions that unfairly exclude minorities’ are unlawful,” said Jesse Van Tol, the CEO of the National Community Reinvestment Coalition.“This is a simple standard of fairness.”
A court ruling could mean the reinstatement of driver’s licenses for more than 100,000 state residents.
Kennedy was the swing vote on a case that affirmed the Fair Housing Act protects against discrimination even if it isn’t explicit.
African American workers are disappearing at major U.S. banks, all while men who run the biggest firms preach the value of diversity.