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Housing

Home Sellers Charge Blacks, Latinos More Than Whites

Posted July 18, 2012 by Kelly Virella

In Chicago, a house that costs an African-American $100,000 will cost a Latino $97,300 and cost a white person $95,300.

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map of change in black homeownership
Census 2010

Census: Black Home Ownership Up In NYC

Posted October 5, 2011 by Kelly Virella

While the rest of America saw the worst home ownership rate since the Great Depression, black home ownership rates in New York City increased between 2000 and 2010. Zoom into our maps to see how your neighborhood did.

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Mary Lee Ward explains why she deserves to stay in her home.
Bedford Stuyvesant

Brooklyn Great-Grandmother Avoids Eviction For Now

Posted August 28, 2011 by Kelly Virella

The battle for an 82-year-old Brooklyn great-grandmother to stay in her foreclosed home intensified Friday, after a protest spurred a meeting between her and the new owner.

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