Fannie Mae Slammed With Racial Discrimination Lawsuits Across The Country For Maintaining Homes in Primarily White Neighborhoods While Neglecting Homes in Minority Areas

Toledo is joining nearly three-dozen other U.S. cities in racial discrimination complaints against Fannie Mae. 

The Toledo Fair Housing Center claims the federal government-backed lender is spending more resources to maintain and market foreclosed homes in white neighborhoods than in predominantly black and Latino areas. 

The agency wants Fannie Mae to provide grants that would be used to help stabilize the blighted communities.

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