- Mortgage Performance Trends in the Southeast: A Reality Check
- Federal Reserve System Launches Community Development Call-in Series September 8
- Harnessing the Power of Social Networks to Rebuild Communities
- Special Two-Part Podcast Explores the Role of CDFIs in Community Development Today
Atlanta Fed Economists and Analysts Post about Southeast in SouthPoint
Weekly posts in the SouthPoint blog provide commentary and observations on regional economic topics, issues, industries, and trends.
Podcast Explores the State of Multifamily Real Estate
Ron Johnsey, president of Axiometrics, discusses the trends, challenges, and opportunities facing the apartment sector.
Atlanta Fed President Believes Current Fed Policy Actions Should Bring Modest Positive Impact
Atlanta Fed president Dennis Lockhart spoke on September 27 about recent Federal Reserve policy actions and his views on what their impact on the economy and employment will be.
Land Banks: One Tool for Housing Market Recovery
Governor Elizabeth Duke discussed "lessons learned" from the financial crisis during a Federal Reserve Board forum on September 1. Duke also identified obstacles to the housing market recovery and explored possible solutions. One option, land banking, has a good track record in the Southeast.
Fed Gov. Raskin Speaks on Foreclosures and the Legal System
The impact of the foreclosure crisis is far-reaching and has put pressure on the legal system. Federal Reserve Governor Sarah Bloom Raskin spoke October 4 about the challenges and opportunities that arise from the high numbers of foreclosures.
Audio and Slides from Sept. 8 Fed Microfinance Call-in Session Now Online
Miss a Fed community development call-in? No problem! You can hear the presentations and discussion plus see the slides and related resources online after the session. Materials from the first call-in on September 8, Micro Finance: Helping to Create First-time Entrepreneurs, are available now.
Join the Fed Call-in on Addressing the Credit Impacts of Foreclosure October 13
The second session of Connecting Communities™, the Federal Reserve System's Community Development call-in series, will provide an overview on issues that households and communities may face after foreclosure. The 75-minute session is free and open to the public, but you must register.