Brett Theodos

  • How Mission Lenders Fueled Motor City’s Comeback

    After the housing crash, Detroit’s revival was powered by mission lenders. Nearly 42 percent of investment in Detroit real estate was possible with financing from such alternative financing organizations. Urban Institute’s Brett Theodos filled MHN in on mission lending and its opportunities for expansion.

    Detroit 19 September 2017 20:15

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