TeachMeFinance.com - explain redlining
redlining -- the refusal of a savings institution or other business to extend credit to, lend to, insure, or otherwise assume some financial risk involving property or a business located in a high-risk geographical area, usually a declining inner-city neighborhood. Redlining also refers to setting prohibitively high fees for financial services in a high-risk area.
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