How Lenders Can Increase Minority Homeownership

A commitment to improving minority access to homeownership has far-reaching, beneficial societal implications. Residential stability has been shown to correlate highly with improved health, net worth, civic engagement, educational achievements and childhood behavior patterns.

This white paper outlines a new paradigm for how lenders can increase homeownership—especially to under-served and minority households—that is driven by opportunity and forward-looking, market-based opportunity data. Download to find out how lenders can create successful outcomes by turning data into insight and insight into action.

Publisher: iEmergent
Date: April 2021

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