Since the 1977 enactment of the CRA, a legitimate and complex community development industry has evolved. During this time CRA has been debated, lauded, threatened, strengthened and some argue, watered down. Given the continued scrutiny and ever-present naysayers many, including myself, often question where the spirit of CRA has gone.
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Table of Contents
Joy Hoffmann Molloy
National Housing Development Corporation
Kathy Kenny and John Trauth
Equity Capital Creates Rural Jobs
CRA Leadership Council Members
Affordable Multifamily Mortgage Risk: One Lending Consortium’s 10-Year History
Mary Kaiser and George H. Vine