Homes in most white neighborhoods are worth an average of $250,000 more than those in mostly Black and Latinx neighborhoods.
Student loan debt, high housing prices and career setbacks from the Great Recession hurt millennials' ability to build wealth.
The Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac-backed "adverse market fee" drops on Sept. 1.
In cities like Baltimore and Philadelphia, the number of homes in the early stages of foreclosure is higher than it was before the financial crisis.
Property developers around the world are capitalizing on "Generation Rent."
The contracts often saddle would-be homeowners with expensive taxes and repairs.
In her new book, Alissa Quart examines the lives of middle-class families struggling to get by.