Since the Great Recession, financial markets have increasingly influenced housing markets and have had a particular impact on low- and moderate-income communities. Whether selling homes through contracts for deed or acquiring single-family homes to rent out, corporate and institutional investors are both expanding and constraining opportunity.
Join us October 2 for a research-driven discussion that will explore how both contracts for deed and investor-owned single-family rentals are affecting lower-income communities.
About the Federal Reserve Community Development Research Seminar Series
The Federal Reserve Community Development Research Seminar Series is a forum for exploring the intersection of research, policy, and practice in the community development field. The Series expands access to high-quality research that informs stakeholders who are working to support low- and moderate-income communities and communities of color. Our 2023 theme is Keys to Opportunity in the Housing Market.