The 2004 Fair Lending Disparities: Stubborn and Persistent
Posts about NCRC research.
The 2005 Fair Lending Disparities: Stubborn and Persistent II
Inequalities in Small Business Lending by Income and Race of Neighborhood
The CRA and Fair Lending Performance of Major Banks in New Orleans
CRA and Fair Lending Performance of Financial Institutions in Philadelphia
NCRC provides a variety of data analysis services to its members. Valued in the thousands of dollars, these analyses describe overall home and small business lending trends on the state, local and neighborhood levels. NCRC members also receive analyses of the lending performance of specific lenders.
NCRC has conducted several in-depth studies for public sector clients. For the City of Philadelphia, PA, NCRC assessed the extent to which banks receiving City deposits were making home and small business loans in minority and working-class communities. NCRC’s two studies for Philadelphia documented progress (an increase in home lending by the banks), identified stakeholders …
With new information in HMDA data concerning high-cost loans, NCRC has created a series of studies documenting that minorities, women and the elderly receive a disproportionate amount of high-cost or subprime loans. When a group of borrowers receives a disproportionate amount of such loans, excessive fees, interest rates and other unfair practices become more likely, …
Asset Preservation: Trends and Interventions in Asset Stripping Services and Products
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 …
Income is no Shield Against Racial Differences in Lending: A Comparison of High-Cost Lending in America’s Metropolitan Areas
Fair Lending Helps Community Prosperity: An Analysis of Fair Lending Disparities In the Baton Rouge Metro Area.
Closing the Credit Gap and Expanding the Credit Opportunity: The CRA and Fair Lending Performance of Financial Institutions in the City of Cincinatti
Access to Capital and Credit For Small Businesses in Appalachia
Are Banks on the Map? An Analysis of Bank Branch Location in Working Class and Minority Neighborhoods.