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New report sheds a sobering light on the racial wealth gap in the U.S.
By 2025, people of color will make up one-third of homeowners.
The federal shutdown is already hurting thousands of minority home buyers trying to close on their loans through the Federal Housing Association (FHA).
Black lawmakers hope Obama will tackle tough topics like race.
Condos will go up in the area left devastated by Hurricane Katrina.
Celebrity real-estate mogul Jay Morrison gives advice for buying your own home.
The U.S. Census Bureau reveals new information regarding Black homeownership, health, education and other poignant statistics that comprise Black America.
The U.S. Census Bureau breaks down homeownership, health, education and other projections for the future of Black America.
The people on the Fortune 400 list have a level of wealth that is equal to all of the Black population of the United States.
A new study states that the recent economic recession and its aftermath have put home ownership among Black and Hispanic Americans back by 20 years.