Finally, redlining has a soundtrack.
OneWest allegedly avoided lending to communities of color.
Faulting the U.S. government for trying to end redlining seems to be a cornerstone of Sen. Ron Johnson’s political career.
On the other hand, the FHA drew red lines around predominantly black neighborhoods and refused to back loans in these typically
Bluelining Penn State's Graduate Employees: Ph.D. Students Speak Out Against Discriminatory Zoning Regulations
Penn State graduate students live two paradoxes: We are tax-paying citizens, yet the State College Borough Planning Commission does not consider us members of the community. We are educators and researchers but are not recognized as employees of Penn State.
A new report is startling, but also kind of not.
The settlement includes an $825,000 fund to boost homeownership in the neglected areas.
The lawsuit, first reported by The New York Times, charges that the bank mapped out the city and limited its mortgage products
As my partner and I are both attorneys who work on and in support of public education, private school was not an option for us, so we decided to look for homes further out but with highly rated public schools. At the risk of sounding naïve, I was wholly unprepared for the reality that came with prioritizing high-quality public schools in my home search.
A new report from seven housing and policy agencies suggests evidence of a two-tiered mortgage market in which borrowers and communities of color are increasingly cut off from prime conventional financing.
It has become increasing clear that there are large numbers of qualified borrowers who can't get a loan. Disturbingly, there are signs of a racial pattern to this phenomenon.