Black Detroiters Driving Increase In Mortgage Applications In The City, Though Black Flight Continues

New mortgage applications signify a turnaround, the city has still lost significant Black population and must work to grow it back, a report says.

Black Couple Reaches Settlement After White Friend Receives Higher House Valuation

A $500,000 increase in appraisal was given to the friend; the couple cites discrimination in lawsuit.

Historic Factory In Detroit Will Be Converted To Mixed-Income Housing Units

Construction will begin next year.

Survivors Of Tragic Bronx Fire That Cost 17 Lives Seek $3 Billion From Landlords

The couple behind the first lawsuit also accused city officials of negligence in a separate court filing.

Artificial Intelligence-Powered App Helps Homebuyers In Communities Of Color Avoid Discrimination

Home Lending Pal collects data that puts a homebuyers financial information up front and prevents banks and mortgage lenders from seeing information like race and gender.

Black Realtor And Clients File Civil Rights Lawsuit After Police Handcuffed Them

A suspicious neighbor tipped police, resulting in arrests.

Mariah Carey Escapes NYC By Renting A 10,000 Sq Ft Mansion To Quarantine With Her Twins

The rented abode has a 90-foot violin-shaped pool!

LeBron James' Nonprofit To Open Housing For Disadvantaged Families

The building will offer several different amenities.

Supreme Court Upholds Key Tool for Fighting Housing Bias

Justices ruled 5-4 on practices that harm minorities.

Supreme Court May Weaken Housing Bias Cases

Civil rights groups fear conservative justices responses.
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Black Harlem Residents Launch $10M Lawsuit Against Property Managers

Tenants of a middle-class complex say they're being ousted.