Community Development



University Foreclosure Forums Hampton University


Thu., November 13, 2008
6 p.m. - 8 p.m.

Buckman Hall, 122, Hampton, Va.



The impact of mortgage foreclosures on communities and the credit market are among the topics to be discussed in an upcoming forum sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond and George Mason University.

Dr. Sid Credle, Dean of Hampton University's Business School will moderate the program.

Come hear about:

  • The key drivers behind the mortgage foreclosure and credit lending crunch, nationally and locally and how it compares with previous housing market disruptions.
  • The impact to Virginia's neighborhoods and communities.
  • The Federal Reserve and federal and local governments' responses to local housing market conditions.

Program will feature presentations by:

Michael Riddle, Senior Financial Analyst at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond.
Steve Sanderford, Senior Retail Lending Specialist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond.
Breck Robinson, Associate Professor, School of Urban Affairs and Public Policy, University of Delaware, and visiting Financial Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond.



This event is open to the public. The event is targeted to those interested in economic development and housing issues including, but not limited to government officials, bankers, housing counselors, and community development practitioners.

Media is invited to this event



A Survey of Real Estate Conditions

The Widespread Impacts of Mortgage Foreclosures: From Credit Markets to Local Communities

The Subprime Mortgage Shakeout and The Role of Mortgage Servicers



Deadline: November 10, 2008

Registration has closed. Thank you for your interest.

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