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Blockbusting

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Blockbusting was a business process of U.S. real estate agents and building developers to ... Given then-standard banking criteria for mortgage-lending, black people usually did not qualify for mort...

What is blockbusting? definition and meaning - BusinessDictionary ...

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Definition of blockbusting: The illegal and discriminatory practice of helping ... below the market price and are subject to approval by the holder of the loan on the ...

Blockbusting - Encyclopedia of Chicago

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Blockbusting” refers to the efforts of real-estate agents and real-estate speculators to ... limited choices and inflated prices in a discriminatory housing market.

Future of Fair Housing: How We Got Here - The Leadership ...

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These agencies provided "crucial financial support to the housing industry" and ... where people of color lived to denote that mortgage lending would not be available. ... racial transitions in neighborhoods through the practice of " blockbusting.

The Racist Housing Policies That Built Ferguson - The Atlantic

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Oct 17, 2014 ... A lot of what's here—redlining, housing covenants, blockbusting, etc. ... The policy included—but was not limited to—mortgage loans backed by the ... its manual, removing literal race references but still demanding “compatibility .... different professions, and the labor market rewards their choices differently.

The Making of Ferguson: Public Policies at the Root of its Troubles ...

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Oct 15, 2014 ... Governmental actions in support of a segregated labor market .... the Federal Housing Administration would not insure mortgages for African ..... As Joseph Heathcott, a scholar of the St. Louis urban landscape, has observed (referring to ..... In St. Louis, blockbusting began as the ghetto expanded, and then ...

RACE - The Power of an Illusion . For Teachers | PBS

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(Note that asset value is determined by current market value, not original cost) ... for a down payment on a home; Ability to qualify for a home mortgage loan (co- signer?) ... Explain the terms "white flight," "blockbusting" and racial "steering. .... Review college financial aid applications for references to a...

The Ghetto, Public Policy, and the Jewish Exception - The Atlantic

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Feb 28, 2013 ... In the 1930s, the U.S. appraisal industry opposed the "mixing" of the ... by the city's mortgage industry and her father's complicated efforts to .... building the White House in referring to the evolution of America in a positive way.

Mortgage Foreclosure and Health Disparities: Serial Displacement ...

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Jun 4, 2011 ... In this paper we offer a conceptualization of mortgage foreclosure as serial ... These structures include racism, class reproduction, market ..... blockbusting, and now predatory lending and mortgage foreclosure, .... References.

Legal Control of Blockbusting - Washington University Open ...

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Mortgage Availability in Racially Transitional Areas, Report of Chicago Commis- ... tions regarding the "changing neighborhood," often without reference ... blockbusting episode in Chicago, resale prices exceeded fair market value by 28.5.

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A Requiem for Blockbusting - The Fordham Law Archive of ...

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Blockbusting and panic peddling are real estate practices in which ... was a problematic industry, its harms were overstated and it conveyed. 8. .... including race-based state and federal mortgage subsidies); id. at 196-98 (describing ...... representative opposes a homeless shelter with reference to blockbusting); Laurie De-.

Discriminatory Housing Practices: How Racial Segregation Is ...

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Racial discrimination was institutionalized in the real estate industry during the 1920s and was well ... According to Charles Lamb (2005), Federal Housing Administration mortgage insurance primarily helped middle-class ... “ Blockbusting” refers to the efforts of real estate agents and real estate speculators to .... References.

TIL about Blockbusting, a method used during the "white flight" era ...

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Oct 6, 2015 ... Images alone do not count as valid references. .... TIL about Blockbusting, a method used during the "white flight" era, where real-estate ..... loans and spread to the entire mortgage industry, which was already rife with racism, ...