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Tag Results for "Hispanic Homeowners"

Latinos Bearing the Brunt of Foreclosure Crisis

The effects of the housing market’s collapse can be felt far and wide, though perhaps no more so than by Latinos and other communities of color. continue reading »

Roughly 25 Percent of Hispanics in U.S. Live in Poverty

According to data from the US Census Bureau, America now has the highest poverty rate in 50 years, and Hispanics are being hit especially hard. As the number of Americans living in continue reading »

REPORT:  Latinos, 1st Time Homebuyers Key to Housing Recovery

The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP) has published a report “The State of Hispanic Homeownership” that offers an overview of compelling data on the Hispanic homebuyer continue reading »

Nearly Half of Loan Modification Scam Victims are Hispanics and Other Minorities

Nearly half the victims of mortgage loan modification scams are of African-American, Hispanic, or Asian descent, according to statistics released today by the Homeownership Preservation Foundation (HPF), continue reading »

ACLU Charges FL Foreclosure Courts Depriving Hispanics & Blacks Opportunity to Save Home

The American Civil Liberties Union today filed a petition in a Florida appellate court charging that the foreclosure court system in Lee County systematically denies homeowners a fair opportunity to defend their homes against foreclosure. The special “mass foreclosure docket” continue reading »