Publisher: Woodstock Institute (Chicago, Ill.)

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Beyond Payday Loans: Consumer Installment Lending in Illinois Publication Date: March 2009 Publisher(s): Public Action Foundation; Woodstock Institute (Chicago, Ill.); Research Area:
Foreclosure Fallout: An Analysis of Foreclosure Auctions in the Chicago Region Publication Date: August 2008 Publisher(s): Woodstock Institute (Chicago, Ill.) Research Area:
Building Community Assets: Growing Lower-Income Credit Union Membership through Community and Credit Union Partnerships Publication Date: June 2008 Publisher(s): Woodstock Institute (Chicago, Ill.) Research Area:
Foreclosure Crisis Impacts Chicago's Rental Housing Market Publication Date: May 2008 Publisher(s): Woodstock Institute (Chicago, Ill.) Research Area:
The Illinois Payday Loan Loophole Post-Payday Loan Reform Act Lending and the Debt Collection Practices of One Large Lender in Illinois Publication Date: April 2008 Publisher(s): Public Action Foundation Woodstock Institute (Chicago, Ill.) Research Area:
Paying More for the American Dream - The Subprime Shakeout and Its Impact on Lower-Income and Minority Communities Publication Date: March 2008 Publisher(s): California Reinvestment Coalition Community Reinvestment Association of North Carolina Empire Justice Center Massachusetts Affordable Housing Alliance Neighborhood Economic Development Advocacy Project Ohio Fair Lending Coalition Woodstock Institute (Chicago, Ill.) Research Area:
2007 Foreclosure Report: Foreclosures In the Chicago Region Continue to Grow At An Alarming Rate Publication Date: March 2008 Publisher(s): Woodstock Institute (Chicago, Ill.) Research Area:
Foreclosures In the Chicago Region Continue to Grow At An Alarming Rate Publication Date: March 2008 Publisher(s): Woodstock Institute (Chicago, Ill.) Research Area:
Debt Detour: The Automobile Title Lending Industry in Illinois Publication Date: September 2007 Publisher(s): Woodstock Institute (Chicago, Ill.) Research Area:
Cooperative Credit: How Community Development Credit Unions are Meeting the Need for Affordable, Short Term Credit Publication Date: May 2007 Publisher(s): Woodstock Institute (Chicago, Ill.) Research Area: