How immigration could prop up the U.S. housing market

How immigration could prop up the U.S. housing market

June 21, 2013

By Dylan Matthews, Washington Post At the time, a spokesperson for Detroit Mayor Dave Bing dismissed the idea, saying, “There are things that would have to be considered before we just open the […]

Latinos Drive Real Estate Comeback

NewsTaco April 4, 2013

By Victor Landa, NewsTaco According to a Hispanic Business article, Latino home buyers are being caught between a dream and a real estate bubble – and that’s making it hard […]

A Tale Of Foreclosure, Eviction And Community Action

April 23, 2012

By Communities United Against Foreclosure and Eviction Last year, Melecio and Beatriz Delgado applied for a loan modification for their modest single-family house on the northwest side of Chicago. At […]