With rules around special purpose credit programs now clarified, big names in the industry are turning to this 50-year-old tool to make a big difference in the lives of New England families.
Black homebuyers receive a record number of home loans in Massachusetts in 2020 but persistent inequalities continued, and advocates say they face a major barrier to understanding why.
While the diverse Latino population in Massachusetts continues to struggle through the pre-pandemic issues of reduced educational and economic opportunity, and health care disparities, there is a reason for optimism, according to a new report released Wednesday.
A new report from discount brokerage Redfin has found that Hispanic or Latinx homeowners are more likely than people of any other race or ethnicity to have received family financial help to buy their home.
FHA loans are exploding in popularity. But their users – often Black and Latinx first-time buyers – can lose in multiple-offer situations. What can be done?
Less than one in three Latino Bay Staters own their own home, the lowest level of any major racial ethnic group in Massachusetts in a new National Association of Realtors study.
North Andover-based The Fermin Group is among the 10 most productive Latino real estate agent teams in the nation, according to the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals, or NAHREP.
In the last decade, the number of Latino homeowners in America grew by 1.57 million to 7.87 million homeowners in 2018.