Blacks more likely to be rejected for home mortgage loans than whites: Study

August 1997
Jet;08/25/97, Vol. 92 Issue 14, p25
Notes that blacks were more likely to be turned down than whites for home mortgage loans in 1996. Study by the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council; Numbers of loans; Comparison of rejection rates.


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