Interactive The negative equity crisis is a dynamic phenomenon that varies in magnitude and impact over time across different geographic areas.
Video Learn more about why LGBT people can still face discrimination when attempting to buy or rent a home.
Rohit Chopra, Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress, testified before the U.S. Congress Joint Economic Committee.
In the market for home purchase loans, stark disparities remain between people of color and non-Hispanic white homebuyers. Policymakers must seriously consider these disparities as they design programs to make the home mortgage market more equitable.
Mobile financial tools can help the nearly 10 million households without bank accounts enter the financial mainstream and collectively save billions of dollars in fees.
Video Learn more about why LGBT people can still face discrimination when trying to access credit.
The U.S. Department of Education’s proposed regulations of campus financial products would ensure that students’ best interests are met.
The Center for American Progress makes comments to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on ways to improve student loan servicing.
As critics call for deregulation, the CFPB demonstrates America’s need for a financial referee.
Report Aligning lending incentives creates better outcomes for banks and borrowers alike.
Issue Brief The banking industry’s claims that policymakers must roll back financial reform to help small banks do not stand up to scrutiny.
Despite our nation’s progress on marriage equality, it remains legal to discriminate against LGBT workers, customers, students, renters, and homebuyers in a majority of states.
A ruling against disparate impact analysis would be a blow to the nation’s larger civil rights laws and to some of its most vulnerable populations.
Issue Brief America’s homeownership rate stands at its lowest point in two decades. If structured right, lease-purchase agreements could potentially offer consumers a path toward homeownership.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Language Access Plan is a step toward empowering consumers with limited English proficiency to participate fully in the financial marketplace.