Building the Path to Global Prosperity

A Center-JPMorgan Chase report explains how financial insecurity harms employers, taxpayers and the economy as well as families. Learn more

Home Lending That Works

The center's long-term study of homeownership reveals how successful affordable mortgages are made. Learn more

Turning Tax Refunds into Savings

The center's evaluation of the $aveNYC program shows how tax refunds with a savings match can help low-income taxpayers start saving and continue. Learn more

Home Energy Efficiency Reduces Mortgage Risk

Researchers find default risk one-third lower for owners of energy-efficient homes and recommend policy and regulatory changes that reflect it. Learn more

NEW RESEARCH

RECENT PRESENTATIONS & TESTIMONY

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Mortgage Finance
Presentation | November 7, 2014
The Home Maintenance and Improvement Decisions of Low-Income Homeowners
Sarah F. Riley
Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management, Albuquerque, New Mexico
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Mortgage Finance
Presentation | November 7, 2014
Impacts of the Financial Crisis on Attitudes Toward Homeownership and Home Purchase Decisions: A Longitudinal Analysis
Mark R. Lindblad
Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management Albuquerque, N.M.
Enterprise Housing Goals Comment
Mortgage Finance
Testimony | October 28, 2014
2015-17 Enterprise Housing Goals
Kevin A. Park
Public comment to Federal Housing Finance Agency Director Mel Watt
HMDA Comment Oct 2014
Mortgage Finance
Testimony | October 28, 2014
Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (Regulation C)
Kevin A. Park
Response to Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's proposed rule governing Home Mortgage Disclosure (Regulation C)

COMING UP

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April 9, 2015
Mark Lindblad discusses changing views of homeownership post-crisis at the 2015 Urban Affairs Association conference in Miami.
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April 14-18, 2015
Senior research economist Sarah Riley will speak on home maintenance and improvement decision-making among low-income homeowners at the American Real Estate Society 2015 annual meeting in Ft. Myers, Fla.

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