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Census Tract

Census Tract 312 (17031031200) is one of 3,123 Census tract Places in our database. View all other Census tract Places.

Census Tract 312 (17031031200) spans 1 municipality: Chicago

Census Tract 312 (17031031200) spans 1 county: Cook

Census Tract 312 (17031031200) dimensions

  • The area of Census Tract 312 (17031031200) is 0.13 square miles / 80.68 acres
  • The perimeter length of Census Tract 312 (17031031200) is 1.5 miles / 7,967.1 feet

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Housing market info for Census Tract 312 (17031031200)

Submarket 1 100.0% of Census Tract 312 (17031031200)

Lowest income, high distress, declining population, urban

Submarket 1 consists primarily of urban areas concentrated on the south and west sides of the City of Chicago, but also includes parts of Waukegan, Joliet, and south suburban Cook County. These communities are medium density with many 2–4 flats built before 1940. High rates of vacancy, foreclosures, and distressed sales in Submarket 1 may undercut the quality of existing homes. Significant population loss in Submarket 1 communities is likely both a cause and an effect of local levels of property distress. Nonetheless, Submarket 1 has good access to the regional transportation network, which helps keep transportation costs low. Despite low housing values and costs, declining incomes among Submarket 1 households have led to increased rates of cost burden. Educational attainment levels are low, and households in this submarket are lower income with the largest income declines of any of the submarkets. The submarket has experienced high unemployment, which has increased over time. Communities in this submarket are also aging, now with a greater share of older adults and fewer children under 15.

What are submarkets?

There are eight submarkets, or clusters of similar housing issues and neighborhood characteristics scattered throughout Chicagoland. Submarkets are not contiguous. The "cluster" information is from the Regional Housing Solutions and is based on data from the American Community Survey, collected in 2009-2013, and is a collaboration among CMAP, Institute for Housing Studies, Metropolitan Mayors Caucus, and Metropolitan Planning Council.


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Home mortgages in this Census tract

This section is inspired by the joint WBEZ and City Bureau investigation, called "Where Banks Don't Lend", of home mortgage lending activity in Chicago. The investigation used data about applications for a new home mortgage collected by the federal government pursuant to the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA). The investigation found that the country's largest banks, and the ones with the most loans in Chicago, have disproportionately not lended in neighborhoods of color. Additionally, redlining and other discriminatory actions by lenders and real estate agents in the 20th century in Chicago led to contract buying as the only way Black people could "buy" homes. Info on refinancing is excluded

336 home mortgage loans were applied for, and 261 were issued to households in this Census tract from 2012-2018, where the dominant race/ethnic group is White.

Who applied for a new mortgage

"Race - ethnicity", as recorded on the loan application (ordered by most to least applications)

  • White - Not Hispanic or Latino
    64.3% of applicants
    216 applications / 170 issued, 46 denied (21.3% denied)
    $50,590,000 of money applied for
  • Asian - Not Hispanic or Latino
    12.5% of applicants
    42 applications / 33 issued, 9 denied (21.4% denied)
    $9,332,000 of money applied for
  • Information not provided by applicant in mail, Internet, or telephone application - Information not provided by applicant in mail, Internet, or telephone application
    7.4% of applicants
    25 applications / 20 issued, 5 denied (20.0% denied)
    $5,262,000 of money applied for
  • White - Hispanic or Latino
    6.8% of applicants
    23 applications / 16 issued, 7 denied (30.4% denied)
    $4,534,000 of money applied for
  • Black or African American - Not Hispanic or Latino
    3.0% of applicants
    10 applications / 8 issued, 2 denied (20.0% denied)
    $2,286,000 of money applied for
  • Not applicable - Not applicable
    3.0% of applicants
    10 applications / 10 issued, 0 denied (0.0% denied)
    $15,504,000 of money applied for
  • Information not provided by applicant in mail, Internet, or telephone application - Not Hispanic or Latino
    0.9% of applicants
    3 applications / 2 issued, 1 denied (33.3% denied)
    $472,000 of money applied for
  • White - Information not provided by applicant in mail, Internet, or telephone application
    0.9% of applicants
    3 applications / 1 issued, 2 denied (66.7% denied)
    $904,000 of money applied for
  • Information not provided by applicant in mail, Internet, or telephone application - Hispanic or Latino
    0.6% of applicants
    2 applications / 1 issued, 1 denied (50.0% denied)
    $555,000 of money applied for
  • Black or African American - Information not provided by applicant in mail, Internet, or telephone application
    0.3% of applicants
    1 application / 0 issued, 1 denied (100.0% denied)
    $135,000 of money applied for
  • American Indian or Alaska Native - Not Hispanic or Latino
    0.3% of applicants
    1 application / 0 issued, 1 denied (100.0% denied)
    $105,000 of money applied for

About this Census tract, race, and ethnicity

Race and ethnicity labels are the same ones used by the U.S. Census Bureau, which says, among other things, that someone who identifies as Hispanic or Latino can be of any race and that Asian has many subgroups.

Hispanic or Latino, any race
1,378 people / 23.2%
Black, not Hispanic or Latino
1,204 people / 20.3%
White, not Hispanic or Latino
2,571 people / 43.3%
Asian, not Hispanic or Latino
605 people / 10.2%
People of other races and ethnicities
179 people / 3.0%
Learn more about this area

A Census tract is an area the U.S. Census Bureau uses to count people and estimate population characteristics there, including about educational attainment, personal and household income, housing types and costs, and more. In urban areas, Census tracts are only a couple of blocks wide and a couple of blocks long.

The full ID of this Census tract is 17031031200. Find all those statistics for this Census tract on Census Reporter.

Further reading

Racial discrimination in home lending in Chicago was shown to be happening in 1974, when community activists (including Organization for a Better Austin, National People's Action, Contrat Buyers League, with assistance from the Center for Urban Affairs at Northwestern University) demanded disclosure, and "after several years of meetings, picketing, and direct action protests by the NPA, the Federal Home Loan Bank Board of Chicago gave in. [They] agreed to provide the NPA with data on selected loans by zip code for the years 1971-1973" ("Family Properties" by Beryl Satter).

In December 1974, a State of Illinois commission reported that "the extent of redlining is impossible to determine, altho [sic] there is substantial evidence that it exists", according to the Chicago Tribune. "The commission...also urged legislation requiring financial institutions to disclose savings and lending data." Gail Cincotta was a primary activist, and a member of the commission. The Tribune reporter Cincotta saying, "Without disclosure we will never know the full extent of redlining and will be unable to effectively monitor financial institutions."

Chicago adopted a mortgage disclosure ordinance on June 26, 1974, that required all banks that held the city's deposits to diclose the location and types of loans they issue (44th Ward Alder Dick Simpson originally introduced the ordinance). This preceded the national Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA), which provides the data on this page, that was adopted in 1975 (it took effeect in 1976).

  • The New York Times found that some Census tracts are "diversifying" because new homeowners are overwhelmingly white (2019)
  • Look over the redlining maps drawn by the federal government in the 1930s and used by banks to avoid lending in areas (if a single Black person lived in an area, it was marked red)

Loan amount statistics

  • smallest: $5,000
  • largest: $3,218,000
  • average: $266,902
  • median: $222,000

Denial statistics

336 applications in this Census tract from 2012-2018; 75 were denied (22.3%).

Lenders across Chicago top 10 most money lent

  1. Guaranteed Rate
    Total lent: $8.2B
  2. JPMorgan Chase
    Total lent: $7.5B
  3. Wells Fargo
    Total lent: $3.6B
  4. Wintrust
    Total lent: $2.7B
  5. Perl Mortgage
    Total lent: $2.1B
  6. Citigroup
    Total lent: $1.9B
  7. Associated Bank
    Total lent: $1.8B
  8. Bank of America
    Total lent: $1.5B
  9. Fifth Third Bank
    Total lent: $1.3B
  10. U.S. Bank
    Total lent: $1.1B
  11. PNC
    Total lent: $1.1B
  12. Draper and Kramer Mortgage Corp.
    Total lent: $1.1B

The list above was created by the WBEZ/City Bureau investigation. We are using HMDA data that WBEZ and City Bureau assembled the HMDTA data from two sources.

Lenders in this Census tract

  1. Guaranteed Rate
    22.0% of applications
    74 applications / 55 issued, 19 denied (25.7% denied)
    $16,917,000 of money applied for
  2. Perl Mortgage
    7.1% of applications
    24 applications / 19 issued, 5 denied (20.8% denied)
    $5,769,000 of money applied for
  3. Chase
    6.8% of applications
    23 applications / 14 issued, 9 denied (39.1% denied)
    $9,118,000 of money applied for
  4. Wintrust
    6.0% of applications
    20 applications / 14 issued, 6 denied (30.0% denied)
    $4,265,000 of money applied for
  5. Wells Fargo
    4.5% of applications
    15 applications / 13 issued, 2 denied (13.3% denied)
    $4,242,000 of money applied for
  6. Associated Bank
    3.9% of applications
    13 applications / 12 issued, 1 denied (7.7% denied)
    $3,575,000 of money applied for
  7. Draper & Kramer Mortgage Corp.
    3.3% of applications
    11 applications / 10 issued, 1 denied (9.1% denied)
    $2,329,000 of money applied for
  8. Fifth Third Bank
    2.4% of applications
    8 applications / 6 issued, 2 denied (25.0% denied)
    $1,930,000 of money applied for
  9. Flagstar Bank, MP (Thrift) Global Advisers III
    2.4% of applications
    8 applications / 6 issued, 2 denied (25.0% denied)
    $2,020,000 of money applied for
  10. Stearns Lending
    2.1% of applications
    7 applications / 7 issued, 0 denied (0.0% denied)
    $1,752,000 of money applied for

The top 20 lenders in the list above was automatically generated by our system using the HMDA data from the WBEZ/City Bureau investigation.

top 20 most new mortgage applications

  1. Bridgeview Bank (acquired by First Midwest, 2019)
    1.2% of applications
    4 applications / 4 issued, 0 denied (0.0% denied)
    $2,833,000 of money applied for
  2. Citibank
    1.2% of applications
    4 applications / 4 issued, 0 denied (0.0% denied)
    $1,112,000 of money applied for
  3. PNC Bank
    1.2% of applications
    4 applications / 4 issued, 0 denied (0.0% denied)
    $922,000 of money applied for
  4. Quicken Loans
    1.2% of applications
    4 applications / 4 issued, 0 denied (0.0% denied)
    $783,000 of money applied for
  5. US Bank
    1.2% of applications
    4 applications / 3 issued, 1 denied (25.0% denied)
    $787,000 of money applied for
  6. Bank of America
    0.9% of applications
    3 applications / 2 issued, 1 denied (33.3% denied)
    $671,000 of money applied for
  7. BLUELEAFLENDING
    0.9% of applications
    3 applications / 3 issued, 0 denied (0.0% denied)
    $592,000 of money applied for
  8. CHICAGOFINSERVICES
    0.9% of applications
    3 applications / 2 issued, 1 denied (33.3% denied)
    $791,000 of money applied for
  9. FIRSTEQT
    0.9% of applications
    3 applications / 3 issued, 0 denied (0.0% denied)
    $4,080,000 of money applied for
  10. loanDepot
    0.9% of applications
    3 applications / 0 issued, 3 denied (100.0% denied)
    $705,000 of money applied for

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