The government plans to use fair housing laws and regulatory action to address the racial disparity in home valuations.
The law gives tenants and nonprofits the opportunity to match a bid made at a foreclosure auction and purchase a property.
But the recovery has been unequal. Black homeowners are at a higher risk of foreclosure when forbearance rules expire, one nonprofit says.
During the Great Recession, owning a house could sink you. Now, it's a life raft.
Housing wealth and other protections advantage owners over renters.
A partnership with Habitat for Humanity aims to double the ownership rate.
A study explores reasons some African Americans may be at a disadvantage when trying to build home equity.
Spending on home improvement has increased by 50 percent since the recession.
The National Association of Real Estate Brokers, a black trade group, is on a mission to add 2 million new black homeowners nationally in five years.