Home appraisals: Hidden camera investigation reveals race could affect value (Marketplace)

Home appraisals: Hidden camera investigation reveals race could affect value (Marketplace)

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After real estate professionals and homeowners raised concerns over racial discrimination in Canada’s home appraisal industry, CBC Marketplace put six appraisers to the test. This first-of-its-kind hidden camera investigation looked at whether a homeowner’s race could affect the home’s value.

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