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empire justice report details how the increase in mortgage lending between 2011 and 2013 did little to help communities of color participate more fully in the american dream. Jul 30, 2015

Empire Justice report details how the increase in mortgage lending between 2011 and 2013 did little to help communities of color participate more fully in the American Dream. (Rochester, NY) Today, at a community forum at the Telesca Center for Justice, Empire Justice Center released its most recent report, "The River Runs Dry II: The Persistent Mortgage Drought in Rochester's Communities of Color," analyzing home purchase lending in the Rochester metro area and the City of Rochester.  Click to read more...

putnam: photographer shows human side of homelessness -democrat & chronicle- july 23, 2015Jul 23, 2015

Sometimes beauty comes from great loss, such is the case with Michele Ashlee, of Brockport. In 2004, her brother died in Lewiston, Maine. He was 42, a veteran and homeless. "My dad was a police officer, my mom was an EMT and my brother was homeless," said Ashlee, who grew up in Lyndonville. "People don't expect to hear that."  Click to read more...

open door mission to expand services - 13wham- july 16, 2015Jul 21, 2015

Rochester, N.Y. - The Open Door Mission is widening its reach to include women and children. The executive director says the number of homeless students in the Rochester City School District is leading the faith-based housing shelter to open its doors to women. "We found that this is a population that, if we get these moms and their children to a stable situation, we could really make an impact on those families,"said Open Door Executive Director Mike Hennessy.  Click to read more...

cadillac hotel could go in new direction -democrat & chronicle- july 7, 2015Jul 08, 2015

A downtown hotel that often has served as a temporary home for homeless people may become an apartment building. Mayor Lovely Warren is asking City Council to endorse an application for $500,000 in state funding to help turn the Cadillac Hotel into 56 market-rate apartments. The roughly 90-year-old, eight-story building is at the corner of Chestnut and Elm streets downtown, near the city's Midtown redevelopment project.  Click to read more...

the "hot" housing market is about to experience a serious cooldown -business insider- july 1, 2015 Jul 06, 2015

"For more than 30 years, consistently falling mortgage interest rates have helped spur more home sales. But in about a year's time, that decades-long tailwind will likely shift to a housing headwind." Sales will be hit hard, according to a worried analysis from Zillow.  Click to read more...

the hidden costs of home ownership: $6,000 a year -cnbc- june 23, 2015Jul 01, 2015

Most new homeowners are prepared to pay their mortgages, but they may not be ready for other unavoidable costs that can amount to thousands of dollars every year. The average homeowner shelled out $6,042 last year in homeowners insurance, property taxes, and utilities, according to a new report from Zillow. The average costs varied by location, with Boston homeowners spending the most ($9,413) and homeowners in Phoenix spending the least ($4,513).  Click to read more...

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