Tag Archives: foreclosure

Redefining Rustbelt: Mitigating Blight and Managing Vacancies in Detroit, Baltimore, Cleveland, and Philadelphia

By Robin Newberger and Maude Toussaint-Comeau The Federal Reserve Banks of Richmond, Cleveland, Philadelphia, and Chicago-Detroit Branch recently held a videoconference on “Land Use Planning: Aligning Investment with Vision” to share strategies related to blight mitigation, the management of vacant … Continue reading

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Seventh District Foreclosure Update

Written by Emily Engel and Daniel DiFranco Recently, the news media have been discussing an uptick in the housing market. We document some of the positive effects we have seen in the Seventh District in a series of Foreclosure Graphs, … Continue reading

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Community Development and Policy Studies Update

Written by Emily Engel This blog is a summary of Community Development and Policy Studies topics in the Seventh District from the latest CDPS Survey. According to the latest CDPS survey: The biggest issue impacting the health of housing markets … Continue reading

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Regional Home Ownership Preservation Initiative

Written by Emily Engel On January 30, 2013, the Chicago Fed hosted a conference organized by the Woodstock Institute and other partners in the Regional Home Ownership Preservation Initiative (RHOPI) entitled, “Single-Family Rental Housing: Managing the Next Step of the … Continue reading

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