They compared banks in a particular census tract undergoing CRA exams over the years 1999-2009 with banks not undergoing exams in the same month.
What does CT stand for?
CT stands for Census Tract
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For instance, in a typical census tract with about 5,000 people, if 30 percent of the outdoor ads were devoted to food, we would expect to find an additional 100 to 150 people who are obese, compared with a census tract without any food ads," Lesser said.
45D, and the regulations thereunder, defined LICs as: (1) any population census tract if the poverty rate for the tract is at least 20%; or any population census tract if the median family income for the tract does not exceed 80% of statewide family median income (or 80% of the greater of statewide median income or metropolitan area median family income, in the case of tracts located within a metropolitan area); and (2) certain "Targeted Areas" specifically designated by Treasury as an LIC if the boundary of the area is continuous, the area would satisfy the poverty or median family income requirements as previously described, and inadequate access to investment capital exists in the area.
6% gain in the price of a house from being located in or adjacent to a Census tract with IRAs.
Under NSP-2, much of the funding will be targeted to limited areas, usually determined by census tract.
A list of census tracts qualified for the distressed "targeted areas" of the residential program is available from the State of New York Mortgage Agency.
Older adults living in low-income census tracts are significantly less likely to respond to depression treatment than are their counterparts in middle- and high-income census tracts, researchers reported.
To the extent that changes occur, the agencies are proposing adoption of a one-year lag period, which would be in effect for the calendar year following the date when a census tract designated as distressed or underserved is removed from the list.