September 14, 2022

As detailed in the lawsuit’s 109-page complaint, Vision purchased approximately 1,000 foreclosed homes in Black neighborhoods, many of them dilapidated, and failed to invest in making those homes livable. Vision then sold many of these homes under contracts that obscured the true cost of buying and repairing the home. The terms of the contracts made it difficult for buyers to achieve homeownership while also allowing Vision to avoid responsibility for upkeep while would-be homeowners poured their money into making the homes livable.