According to federal mortgage data, of the over 296,000 home loans issued in California in 2015, 48.5 percent went to white homebuyers, while Latinos got 21.2 percent and African-Americans secured just three percent. The data was analyzed by The Greenlining Institute and National Community Reinvestment Coalition, which studied mortgages issued statewide. The report focused specifically […]
San Francisco is trying to end homelessness in the city and the city’s Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing has specifically targeted chronic homelessness among veterans. San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee stated, We’re on our way to ending chronic homelessness for our vets. This is one of my highest priorities. The last official street homeless […]
California has been experiencing a boom in its economy and it has caused many cities to grow rapidly, but these growing cities are further away from where the jobs are. The California Department of Finance released new data a couple of weeks ago that highlights trends in population increases in cities. The suburbs around the […]
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