Tracy Choi runs on a beach in South Korea
By Jennie Blizzard
"We’re not going to change a community system or problem overnight. We want sustained involvement to help create long-term changes," says Tracy Choi of the San Francisco Fed. Get to know Tracy and her work.
Water floods neighborhood in the Midwest
By Fed Communities Staff
Recovering from natural disasters can be difficult for underserved communities, with limited access to disaster funds & insurance. The Federal Reserve & FEMA share how their programs can help low- to moderate-income communities respond. Watch or listen on demand.
Sold welcome mat
By Gabriella Chiarenza
Homeownership is an onramp to wealth for some Americans. For others, buying a house is out of reach. Here’s one way to pinpoint who is getting their foot in the door, and where.
scenic seasonal landscape from above aerial view of a small town in countryside Cleveland Ohio US
By Leilani Barnett, Bonnie Blankenship, Jonathan Kivell, Carmi Recto
Creating affordable housing in low- and moderate-income communities in the United States is a major challenge. Find out how some districts are addressing the issue.
Woman reading eviction notice in kitchen
By Hal Martin
What's the relationship among trends in local market conditions, policies enacted to protect renters, and local eviction filings? Here’s what the data tell us.
Shonterria Charleston
By Ellen Simon
For Housing Assistance Council, rural development issues include broadband access and helping veterans fund home improvement projects.
Green single family home with red steps
By Fed Communities Staff
When making decisions about distributing emergency pandemic-relief funds to distressed homeowners, state officials are using a new tool to identify where those funds are needed most.
Eviction Notice
By Jennifer Wilding
A growing number of states and cities have passed laws that say low-income tenants have the right to counsel when they’re facing eviction. Most come with funds to implement the right to counsel. 
Young adults from The C.O.F.F.E.E. Project build a composting system
By Kierra Karemani
“Our lending partners have made huge financial commitments to increase minority homeownership.” Carrie Davis of Wealth Watchers shares how the Community Reinvestment Act has helped banks meet the needs of communities.