The Great Recession may have ended in 2009, but despite the subsequent jobs rebound and declining unemployment rate, the number of people living below the federal poverty line in the United States remains stuck at recession-era record levels.
Over the last few decades, financing the development, operation, and preservation of affordable housing in the United States has become increasingly complex. What does this mean for rural housing finance and its future?
Check out this summary of rural housing finance by the Housing Assistance Council.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City has created a "go to" site for tools and materials from numerous agencies including the FDIC, OCC, FFIEC and the Federal Reserve System to assist with your Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) needs.
Learn more about the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City's CRA OneSource.