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GSE Reform Convening with Civil Rights and Housing Groups

GSE Reform Convening with Civil Rights and Housing Groups

 

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Join NCLR (National Council of La Raza), as well as other allies leading the charge to keep homeownership affordable, for a convening about housing finance reform and the implications for communities of color.

WHAT: Rebuilding Our Communities Through Sustainable Homeownership

WHEN: Wednesday, April 16, 2014

WHERE: NPR Headquarters
1111 North Capitol Street, NE
Studio 1
Washington, DC 20002

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Johnson-Crapo Doesn’t Provide Credit Access for Communities of Color

Johnson-Crapo Doesn’t Provide Credit Access for Communities of Color

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The new Senate proposal to reform the housing finance system would needlessly make mortgages more expensive and less available, announced civil rights groups today. The goal of housing finance reform is to create a safe housing finance system that provides affordable mortgages to all creditworthy borrowers, including people of color and families with modest incomes and lower wealth.

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