WASHINGTON - Banks have invested nearly $514 million in Boston's minority and low-income neighborhoods, vastly exceeding promises they made five years ago.

The investments included $346 million in mortgages to low-income and moderate-income residents, $147 million to develop affordable housing, and $15 million to open eight branches, three loan production offices, and 47 automated teller machines.

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