Community Development



University Foreclosure Forums Longwood University

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Wed., September 24, 2008
9 a.m.

Longwood University Hiner Hall Auditorium , 201, Farmville, Va.



This fall, the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond will be partnering with five universities in a series of forums on "The Widespread Impacts of Mortgage Foreclosures: From Credit Markets to Local Communities." The forums are designed to provide information on the current mortgage downturn and factors that have affected the current mortgage market. The forums will be held in areas within the Fifth District that are experiencing high levels of delinquencies and foreclosures.
In addition to these university highlights, Federal Reserve economists and analysts will present an overview of the mortgage foreclosure situation, market drivers which contributed to the problem and subsequent disruption, and the impact to communities and responses to the crisis. The forums are open to the public.

This forum will provide an overview of the mortgage downturn and market stresses that may have contributed to lending breakdowns and spillover effects to other markets.



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

Mortgage Servicers: Impediments and Possibilities

Financial Spillovers from the Housing Market Shakeout



Deadline: September 19, 2008

Registration has closed. Thank you for your interest.

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