reverse redlining

reverse redlining

Another name for predatory lending.The lender does not refuse to do business inside the redlined area,but instead targets the residents for predatory lending practices.

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Yet, by following Department of Justice press releases, you would discover that reverse redlining was a legal theory applied to "buy here, pay here" auto dealers.
First they were redlining minority communities by refusing to provide housing loans," Stein says, "then they went into reverse redlining targeting minority communities with highly predatory loans, now they're swinging back to redlining again.
Wolters Kluwer Financial Services' Fair Lending Wiz software helps lenders effectively monitor against a variety of potential fair lending concerns, including redlining, reverse redlining, steering, disparate treatment and disparate impact.
So-called reverse redlining could only occur if there were deliberate redlining in the past.
We practice reverse redlining,"start at $500 and rise to $5,000, versus the typical commercial minimum of $25,000 to $50,000.
Moseley-Braun will continue co-sponsoring bills addressing: reverse redlining (when residents of selected neighborhoods can get mortgages, but only at very high rates); community development banking; and violence against women.
Now the agency is expanding its crackdown to include potentially fraudulent lending in minority communities, redlining and reverse redlining.
San Francisco, under the federal Fair Housing Act, alleging the lender targeted black neighborhoods for high-risk, unfairly priced loans--in effect reverse redlining, said Ramsey.
Users serving the non-prime market are at greater risk and may need to conduct detailed analysis of pricing and underwriting disparities, retail or broker performance or redlining or reverse redlining issues.