Lending Circles Weave Disadvantaged Borrowers into Credit Mainstream
Two years ago, Javiar Giron went bankrupt. The 46-year-old father of three had been doing fine since he came to the U.S. in 1985: He learned English on the street, bought a house and managed a carpet business. He began buying and selling, or “flipping,” houses on the side, but that tanked with the housing market and he lost two of his properties to banks.
by: Teddy Nykiel