Older homeowners typically make up a large section of the refinancing market, according to the National Community Reinvestment Coalition: Those aged 55 and older account for almost half of refinancing demand.
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Diane Rogers, a leader and longtime resident in Southeast Fort Wayne, questions whether Electric Works will benefit her community.
The pandemic has disproportionately impacted the Latino economic health and the community will need public and private sector solutions to regain its economic stability. The goal after the pandemic is not just to avoid a housing crisis, but to expand financing option availability and eliminate mortgage financing disparities.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation data reveals small bank market shares and deposits are increasing in the state.
Amid a sharp rise in anti-Asian hate crimes, some Asian Americans living in the Mountain West say they are not surprised by the mass shootings at Atlanta-area spas this week that left eight people dead, including six women of Asian descent.
Small bank market shares and deposits are increasing in Oklahoma, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation data reveals.
Republican Rep. Tom McClintock really wants people to think that structural racism doesn’t exist.
First Citizens Bank announced a $16 billion community benefits plan — developed in collaboration with the National Community Reinvestment Coalition — that builds on its work to reinvest in low- and moderate-income communities and neighborhoods of color.
Starting in the early 2000s gentrification crept through the cracks of the city. In 2019, a study from the National Community Reinvestment Coalition found that D.C. had the most gentrifying neighborhoods of any city in the country.
One of NCRC’s most important membership tools is its Fair Lending Report, a suite of interactive dashboards that detail national and community-based practices as it relates to topics such as mortgages and business lending.
While the pandemic has turned much of the economy upside down, its toll on businesses has been far from evenly distributed.
Procurement and access to financing are two barriers that minority owners face
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The National Community Reinvestment Coalition, an organization that works to champion fairness and end discrimination in lending, housing and business, found that in 44 percent of tests, Black business lending applicants received disparate treatment from lenders, including discouraging Black firms from applying for a loan and requiring additional information of Black firms compared to White firms(2).