Community Development

2009

 
 
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December 15, 2009 Maryland Renters and Foreclosure Conference Press Release

The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond will host the Maryland Renters and Foreclosure Conference on Thurs., Dec. 17, which will explore the impact on state renters of the new federal Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act (PTFA).

Community Development
November 10, 2009 Fed Employee Honored for Contributions in Baltimore

Ellen Janes, regional manager for community development in Baltimore for the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, has been named the winner of the 2009 Frances Morton Froelicher Civic Statesman Award, given by the Citizens Planning and Housing Association.

Community Development
October 19, 2009 Richmond Fed Presenting Research on Possible Community Development Financing Gaps

The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond will present research that identifies and analyzes possible gaps in service areas for community development financial institutions in the Southeast at a conference Oct. 27.

Community Development
September 4, 2009 The Richmond Fed and UNC Charlotte present "Moving Forward in the New Economy"

The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond and The Belk College of Business at UNC Charlotte will host a panel discussion, "Moving Forward in the New Economy." The program will take place Tuesday, Sept. 22 from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. at UNC Charlotte's Harris Alumni Center.

Community Development
August 24, 2009 Richmond Fed Working with HOPE NOW, NeighborWorks America to Help Homeowners

As more homeowners find themselves at risk of foreclosure, knowing where to turn for guidance becomes increasingly important. The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond is joining HOPE NOW, Making Home Affordable, the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development and NeighborWorks America to sponsor two free, public events for borrowers in greater Washington, D.C., who are facing foreclosure.

Community Development
April 2, 2009 Richmond Fed Partners with HOPE NOW and NeighborWorks America to Help Homeowners

Growing numbers of homeowners in the region are at risk of foreclosure and may be unsure of where to turn for guidance.

Community Development
March 16, 2009 Mortgage Foreclosure Forum Features Richmond Fed Panelists

"The Widespread Impacts of Mortgage Foreclosures: From Credit Markets to Local Communities," is a forum sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond and Loyola College in Maryland to foster a greater understanding of the foreclosure impact on neighborhoods and communities.

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