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Community Reinvestment in the City of St. Paul: Are Residents and Businesses Receiving the Financial Services They Need?

Author: 
Craig, William J., Miriam Goldfein, Lucy Mathews Heegaard, and Frederick W. Smith.

A 1990 study of financial institutions in St. Paul looked at whether residents and businesses are receiving the financial services they need. St. Paul neighborhoods, low income people, and minority populations were compared in relation to how available loan money is for buying or improving homes. Data on lending patterns were analyzed. Interviews about financial services were conducted in four districts: Frogtown, the West Side, Hamline-Midway, and St. Anthony Park. A summary of this study appeared in the July 1990 CURA Reporter.

Publication date: 
1990
Publisher: 
CURA 90-3. Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, University of Minnesota.
Pages: 
132 pp.
Online availability
CURA call number: 
B1017