A coalition of mortgage lenders and community groups is celebrating its one-year anniversary with some positive results despite the surge in interest rates in recent months.

The New York Mortgage Coalition, a group comprising 14 New York-area banks, including giants such as Citibank, Chemical Bank and Chase Manhattan, announced that it had made 191 mortgage loans to low-income and moderate-income borrowers totaling more than $21.5 million.

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