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Policy Report Housing & Homelessness

State of Hispanic Homeownership

Posted → Feb 01st, 2018

Through an analysis of US Latino labor force participation rates, household formation rates, median income, and other factors, researchers with contributions from LPPI find that the Latino homeownership rate has rebounded to within 3.5 percent of its pre-recession rate, a significantly faster recovery than the U.S. homeownership rate overall.

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Through an analysis of US Latino labor force participation rates, household formation rates, median income, and other factors, researchers with contributions from LPPI find that the Latino homeownership rate has rebounded to within 3.5 percent of its pre-recession rate, a significantly faster recovery than the U.S. homeownership rate overall.

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