• Homeownership and the Wealth Gap

    May 6, 2016 Admin

    The growing wealth gap is a problem. The movement we made towards wealth equality in the mid 20th century with the rise of the middle class has been undone and the wealth gap is...

  • The History of the American Dream Homeownership and its Impact on Diverse Communities

    January 19, 2015 Admin

    Race is often left off of the table when housing policy is discussed—poverty and class are usually deemed to be enough for the discussion. Our brief report attempts to instead address race and its...

  • The One Hundred

    February 20, 2014 Jared Planas

    REALIZING THE AMERICAN DREAM FOR PEOPLE OF COLOR One hundred community leaders will advocate for a U.S. housing program that will reverse the subtle, but insidious actions that have destroyed the homeownership dream for...

  • Today’s Mortgage Reform Could Become Tomorrow’s Redlining

    September 30, 2013 Admin

    AMERICAN BANKER “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it,” George Santayana famously said. This premise holds true in the context of national mortgage market reform, especially as it pertains to...