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Regulators, banks, and community advocates all agree that the Community Reinvestment Act could better support low-income communities.
Many of the 44.7 million Americans with student loan debt are also in their prime homebuying years.
New housing construction is failing to meet the needs of 80 million millennials entering their prime homebuying years.
Site-built home construction is more common, but less efficient and costlier than off-site construction.
Introduced last week, the Eviction Crisis Act proposes creating or testing interventions to help keep families in their homes.
Newly released HMDA data reveal three important facts about multifamily lending.
Looking only at national housing trends can mask differences across states.
In their annual report to Congress, the FHA showed a major improvement in the capital ratio of the Mutual Mortgage Insurance fund.
Even as they seek to be visionary, new proposals should focus on addressing the steady decline in public housing.

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