A New York City commission on Monday criticized the mortgage lending records of 32 banks belonging to the Community Preservation Corp., an organization that makes loans to renovate housing for low-and moderate-income New Yorkers.

In a study titled "Residential Lending Disparities in New York City," the city Commission on Human Rights singled out individual banks for criticism as well as criticizing the organization itself.

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