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The U.S. Census Bureau breaks down homeownership, health, education and other projections for the future of Black America.
A new report from the AARP says that minority seniors are having as much trouble with the foreclosure crisis as young minorities.
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.
In the upcoming election, every vote counts. And in the contest for increasingly coveted votes, First Lady Michelle Obama will host a conference call with college coeds.
Take advantage of tools and resources that can help you prepare for home ownership.
Americans struggle to make ends meet, Mitt Romney trails President Obama in polls, U.S. homeownership drops, plus more.
Comparing U.S. Census Bureau data from 1963 to 2012.
Using information obtained via two studies, “The State of the African-American Consumer” and "The African American Financial Experience," Online Loan 24 attempts to depict a Black financial future that, while not rosy, isn’t too grim, either.
Four homeowner’s insurance credits that could help you save big bucks on your monthly or quarterly premiums.
The federal government has created a free program — called the Independent Foreclosure Review — to help families whose homes were wrongfully foreclosed.