The typical African American family could afford just 25% of the homes for sale last year, down from 39% in 2012, according to a new study from Redfin
by Patrick Kearns | Oct 16
Some agents and brokers who list the GSE's homes could find themselves directly in the line of fire
by Amy Tankersley | Dec 6
A new study posits that higher prices are better for minorities because lending standards tend to loosen
by Steve Cook | Dec 14
Understanding cultural expectations helps agents better market to buyers
by Bernice Ross | Dec 9
Lenders accused of violating Fair Housing Act
by Matt Carter | Apr 11
Studies: Minorities more likely to get subprime loans, end up in foreclosure
by Steve Bergsman | Jan 13
Investigations focus on securitization, servicing of home loans
by Inman | Mar 11