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Black homeownership’s Catch-22

Randal Wyatt was renting a mouse-infested apartment in a Portland, Oregon, neighborhood known for its high crime rate. When he wasn’t working as a student advocate or raising his twin sons, he attended a...

Black homeownership’s Catch-22
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Flood costs are highest in formerly redlined areas

Flooding costs U.S. homeowners billions of dollars every year, and new data shows that those costs are highest in...

Flood costs are highest in formerly redlined areas
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NAR apologizes for housing discrimination

The National Association of Realtors has issued an historic apology for its role in housing discrimination, but some say it falls short. Charlie Oppler, the president-elect of NAR, which represents 1.4 million real estate...

NAR apologizes for housing discrimination
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