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Hospitals and health systems are acknowledging the importance of stable housing on health outcomes.
Some believe small-dollar mortgages are riskier because potential buyers have worse credit profiles.
Why not use this information fully to promote transparency on multifamily CRA activity?
There are many stories about housing authorities large and small that fail their tenants. BangorHousing’s story offers a different perspective.
Facebook’s approach to housing ads illustrates how housing discrimination continues to evolve.
This myth enables apathy and maintains the nation’s status quo of too many people experiencing homelessness in an affordable housing crisis.
The "GSE patch" disproportionately benefits minority and lower-income borrowers.
The number of young adults living with their parents has almost doubled since 2000.
Historically, purchase mortgages have defaulted less often than refinance mortgages.
Banks get credit under the CRA for providing single-family mortgages to low- and moderate-income borrowers.

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