Urban Institute: Mortgage denials for black borrowers worse than thought

Reinforcing concerns of a too-tight credit market, a new measure of mortgage application denials suggests getting a loan might be even tougher for lower-credit borrowers than previously thought.

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In a report late last year, researchers at the Urban Institute found that, when adjusting mortgage denial rates to exclude borrowers with near-perfect credit, the gap in denial rates between races.

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Urban Institute: Mortgage denials for black borrowers worse than thought Recent news articles suggest that the significantly higher mortgage denial rates for black and Hispanic borrowers establish the presence of racial discrimination in mortgage lending. However, traditional mortgage denial metrics are flawed because they don’t control for.

The analysts at Urban Institute say that when David Stevens, urban institute: mortgage denials for black borrowers worse than thought. Another independent research report by the economic policy institute found that the rate of black homeownership between 1968 and 2018 has remained virtually static-41.1 percent in 1968 compared to 41.2 percent.

The purpose of this volume is to sort through the research evidence on mortgage lending discrimination, in order to provide policymakers with a comprehensive and comprehensible review of the current state of knowledge on lending discrimination and identify important questions that still need to be answered in order to recommend how best to further the goal of fair housing for all.

DS News Webcast: Monday 6/9/2014 Keeping mortgage records for as long as you hold the loan, including the original purchase agreement, terms of the loan and any refinance paperwork is prudent.Year-end statements showing mortgage. Tim Rood is the Co-Founder and Chairman of the Collingwood Group, a Washington, D.C.-based advocacy group for the housing and mortgage industries.