Chase Expands Grant Program To Help Families Buy A Home And Stabilize Unstable Communities

Chase Home Lending today expanded its grant program to $5,000 to help more customers from Harlem to Hollis cover closing costs and down payment when buying a home in 6,700 minority neighborhoods nationwide. Continue Reading →

People Of Color More Likely To Pay Application Fees When Renting A Home, Study Finds

Renting or purchasing a home continues to get more expensive, but the cost of moving into a rental is higher if you are young or part of a minority, according to a new study from real estate marketplace Zillow. Continue Reading →

The 21st Annual Rainbow PUSH Wall Street Project Economic Summit Concludes

The Rainbow PUSH Coalition and Citizenship Education Fund’s 21st Annual Wall Street Project Economic Summit today ended its two-day conference, attended by more than 1,000 people. Continue Reading →


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