Jun 8, 2021
The racial gap in appraisals devalues homes owned by people of color
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Explicit racial language was removed from the process of determining home values in the late 1970s, but a recent study found that a racial lens on appraisals still harms Black communities. On today’s show: How that gap is contributing to racial inequality. Also on the program: The Joe Biden administration announces a strategy to strengthen supply chains, labor and supply shortages are raising costs for consumers and Las Vegas is hosting its first major business convention since the pandemic.

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