John Taylor

National Community Reinvestment Coalition

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President and CEO of the National Community Reinvestment Coalition, a network of housing advocacy groups

John Taylor on KCRW

In the aftermath of the housing market collapse and the sub-prime mortgage scandal, President Obama promised help for millions of homeowners trying to avoid foreclosures.  That hasn't…

Homeownership and the Fading American Dream

In the aftermath of the housing market collapse and the sub-prime mortgage scandal, President Obama promised help for millions of homeowners trying to avoid foreclosures.  That hasn't…

from Which Way, L.A.?

Since the Great Depression, the US government has encouraged home ownership, most conspicuously with the homeowner's tax deduction.

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Since the Great Depression, the US government has encouraged home ownership, most conspicuously with the homeowner's tax deduction.

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One of the main stumbling blocks to economic recovery is the record pace of home foreclosures.

The Dream of Homeownership Becomes a Nightmare

One of the main stumbling blocks to economic recovery is the record pace of home foreclosures.

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