LHOP Fair Lending Symposium 2019- S. Dale High Leadership Center
September 10 @ 8:00 am - 2:00 pm
Lancaster, PA 17605 United States + Google Map
Calling all LENDERS and REAL ESTATE AGENTS! Lancaster Housing Opportunity Partnership (LHOP) is hosting a fair lending symposium on Tuesday, September 10 at the S. Dale High Leadership Center from 8:30 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Tickets for this event are $20. They include a light continental breakfast and lunch. Please register at the link above. For more information: 717-291-9945 X 100
Learn from regional and national experts in the field about structural biases, meeting the needs of under-served communities, and addressing underground economies in the region. Don’t miss this important opportunity to engage in conversation with representatives from the National Community Reinvestment Coalition, the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, FHLB of Pittsburgh and others.
SESSION 1: Presentation from Jason Richardson, Director of Research and Evaluation for the National Community Reinvestment Coalition, NCRC. The mission of NCRC is to create opportunities for people to build wealth. The NCRC works with community leaders, policymakers and financial institutions to champion fairness in banking, housing and business. Mr. Richardson presentation will address structural biases in acceptance, denial and processing of lending; our own hidden biases; and what best practices can be implemented.
SESSION 2: Panel discussion on building a team-oriented approach to serve the first-time homebuyer regardless of the programs. How can the lines of communications between real estate, banking, & mortgage brokers be stronger to meet and exceed the needs of the under-served communities, as well as increase the understanding of barriers faced by the team serving the client or clients? Panelist include: Fred Banuelos, FHLB of Pittsburgh, Sydney Diavua of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, and Rob Hironimus of Fulton Bank
SESSION 3: Round table discussion on the strategies to recognize and address the unique underground economies in Lancaster and surrounding communities.