Do So-called “Low-income” Credit Unions Keep Their Promise?

In a 2016 study, Massachusetts low-income credit unions with assets of more than $1 billion were more likely than banks to make mortgage loans to high-income borrowers,  and less likely than banks to serve low-income mortgage customers.

Read more in the study from Massachusetts Bankers Association.

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