The Federal Reserve's Homeownership and Mortgage Initiative is a comprehensive strategy across the Federal Reserve System to provide information and outreach to prevent unnecessary foreclosures and to stabilize communities.
As part of that initiative, the Federal Reserve System is sponsoring Recovery, Renewal, Rebuilding, a series of forums on the subject of foreclosure. The series will be used to generate discussion on the after effect of the foreclosure crisis by asking the question—What next? These sessions explore the current state of communities experiencing significant foreclosures by exploring best practices, creative solutions, and building a framework for innovation for how communities are recovering, rebuilding and preparing for the future.
The forums draw from national experts to discuss current challenges and exchange dialogue to advance the re-establishment of neighborhoods and the re-engineering of financial markets.
Materials from Strengthening Neighborhoods in Weak Markets now available.
Materials include conference agenda/program and speaker presentations. [View materials.]
Additional materials from Confronting the Neighborhood Impacts of Foreclosure now available.
Materials include conference agenda and speaker presentations, plus audio and video files of the presentations. [View materials.]