Fair Housing

Communities United for Action has a long history of organizing to create safe, stable and healthy neighborhoods. From fighting for the protections subsidized housing residents to negotiating community reinvestment money, CUFA has always been focused on improving Cincinnati’s quality of life. 

The foreclosure crisis left many Cincinnati neighborhoods with a stock of vacant housing. The majority of these homes did not sell and remained with the bank or servicer who filed the foreclosure. When concerned citizens noticed properties falling into neglect, there was no system of maintenance or accountability.

CUFA brought together neighborhood leaders and City officials to address the problem and was successful at getting the Vacant Foreclosed Residential Property Ordinance passed in Cincinnati. This ordinance has resulted in a reduction in neglected, vacant properties and has given neighborhoods a method for getting action on vacant buildings. 

Join us as we to develop solutions to code enforcement, safety and disinvestment. Together, we can make a difference in fighting blight and addressing vacant housing in Cincinnati!

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and the Office of Comptroller of Currency (OCC) are proposing to weaken the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) standards for investment in low- and moderate-income communities. 

Tell the Treasury: Don't Weaken the Community Reinvestment Act



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  • Russ Doyle
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