NCRC’s research analyses provide powerful tools for organizations seeking to understand and address patterns of lending in their communities. Analyses can determine how well a particular bank is serving the community with home mortgage or small business loans, and determine the number of high-cost/subprime loans received by minorities or low- and moderate-income borrowers as compared […]
NCRC’s policy positions regarding the Community Reinvestment Act , fair housing, financial modernization, and many other issues, inform and help shape legislation that affects access to credit and capital for low- and moderate-income communities. NCRC is a leader in national discussions and provides trusted information to its members through alerts, comment letters on legislative and […]
NCRC CEO John Taylor testifed on behalf of NCRC, The National Consumer Law Center, and Rainbow/Push Regarding HR3915, the Mortgage Reform and Anti-Predatory Lending Act of 2007.
NCRC Chief Operating Officer Jim Carr Testifies before the House Subcommittee on Domestic Policy of the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform about the effectiveness of the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) and the appropriate role and extent of public participation in the CRA process.
The NCRC National Training Academy provides training in person and over the web to people and organizations who are seeking tools to promote economic mobility in their communities. In this snippet, NCRC’s Lloyd London talks about how it is in the interest of everyone to prevent foreclosures.
Rooting Out Discrimination in Mortgage Lending: Using HMDA as a Tool for Fair Lending Enforcement