Measures might be added to a planned revamp of the Community Reinvestment Act, which aims to bring credit to low-income communities.
American banks angling to get relief from post-crisis rules may soon be breathing easier.
In a new set of guidelines, the Public Design Commission shows how a more equitable, resilient, and livable city starts with affordable housing.
The nation’s housing policy for the poor can feel like a giant lottery. Sometimes it actually is a lottery.
Invites comment on whether HUD rule is “consistent” with Supreme Court ruling
Progressives are lining up behind a jobs guarantee—but leaving the details for later.
California is in fact losing population, but for many people, the calculation is more about social networks than economics.
The money will be lent to not-for-profit developers who build or preserve affordable housing in the District.
Nationally, the median home value in redlined areas is $276,100, compared with $324,489 outside of them—a difference of nearly $50,000.
GOP lawmakers question Fed’s regulatory chief on banks’ moves to restrict some firearm transactions.