Readings from What Color Is Your Mortgage?
What color is your mortgage - readings and links
What Color Is Your Mortgage: Fair Housing Issues and the NYC Mortgage Crisis
Readings for CLE/ September 9 , 2015
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Black Wealth/White Wealth: A New Perspective on Racial Inequality Melvin L. Oliver & Thomas M. Shapiro, (2006).
Research and White Papers:
Through Boom and Bust: Minorities, Immigrants and Homeownership, Rakesh Kochhar Associate Director for Research, Ana Gonzalez-Barrera Research Analyst, with Daniel Dockterman Research Assistant. Pew Hispanic Center
Jeopardizing Hispanic Homeownership: Predatory Practices in the Homebuying Market . Janis Bowdler
New analysis of non-traditional mortgage borrowers shows less wealthy, weaker credit than industry suggests African Americans, Latinos More Likely to Receive Negatively Amortizing Mortgages . Consumer Federation of America.
Racial Disparities in Subprime Home Mortgage Lending in New York City: Meaning and Implications Richard Marsico and Jane Yoo
Foreclosures, integration, and the future of the fair housing act john p. Relman
Race, Homeownership and Wealth Thomas M. Shapiro
Predatory Lending: An Overview By James H. Carr and Lopa Kolluri
Subprime Debacle Traps Even Very Credit-Worthy, Rick Brooks and Ruth Simon
Reflections on the past, looking to the future: the fair housing act at 40 John A. Powell
BAC Home Loans (f/k/a Countrywide) v. Beverly Ramsey,
Lost Ground, 2011: Disparities in Mortgage Lending and Foreclosures. November 2011. Gruenstein Bocian, Debbie, Wei Li, Carolina Reid and Roberto G. Quercia. Available from the Center for Responsible Lending