'Damning' report shows plummeting Black homeownership in Indy. Here's why.
By Ky Lo Cheang - story from IndyStar
January 4, 2022
There's a housing value gap for Black homeowners in Marion County. A new analysis shows a big gap exists in home values and homeownership rates in Indianapolis' majority-black neighborhoods compared to other similar neighborhoods.
Yes. America’s Housing Market Is Officially Over-Heating Everywhere. How Long Will It Last?
Peter Lane Taylor - ForbesLife
April 18, 2021
‘She Wants Well-Qualified People’: 88 Landlords Accused of Housing Bias
Matthew Haag - The New York Times
March 15, 2021
Black California couple lowballed by $500K in home appraisal, believe race was a factor
Julian Glover - ABC7
February 12, 2021
New HUD Rule Undermines Efforts to Desegregate Our Communities
March 15, 2020
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) sought comments on its proposed a regulation that decimates progress made within the 2015 Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Rule.
Rising Rents, Dwindling Affordable Housing Supply Intensifies the Rental Housing Crisis
February 20, 2020
According to a new report from Harvard’s Joint Center for Housing Studies titled America’s Rental Housing 2020 found that despite record high rental construction rates, rapid declines in low-cost units, wage stagnation, and rising rents continue exacerbate the housing crisis low-income renters are facing.