Homeownership is often the single largest factor in wealth-building that creates a generational legacy. But for Black Americans, there have always been more than legal hurdles at stake for land and learning
by Lee Davenport Jul 15
Based on panel and taxing entity data, researchers found Black and Hispanic homeowners pay up to 13% more in property taxes, according to a joint study by Indiana University and the University of California-Berkeley
by Marian McPherson Jul 6
Minneapolis, Salt Lake City and Milwaukee have the lowest homeownership rate for Black families, according to a new Redfin study released Monday
by Patrick Kearns Jun 29
The National Association of Realtors' plan calls for expanding down payment assistance programs, improving FHA loans and alternative credit scoring models
by Marian McPherson Jun 18
Agents and brokers in New Jersey, Minnesota and Kentucky called on the real estate industry to break down racial and economic barriers that disproportionately affect the Black community
by Marian McPherson Jun 1
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
Mississippi agents ignored inquiries from African Americans, steered white homebuyers, investigation finds
by Marian McPherson Sep 28
Study shows African American homeownership has decreased disproportionately since 1980
by Marian McPherson Aug 25
The company will put $60 billion in loan money where its mouth is
by Marian McPherson Mar 2
Research featuring Zestimates and TransUnion data indicates disproportionate hardship for some demographics
by Marian McPherson Jan 12