- COVID-19 and the Housing Markets
- Volume 24 Number 3
- Managing Editor: Mark D. Shroder
- Associate Editor: Michelle P. Matuga
COVID-19 and the Housing Markets
Guest Editors' Introduction
William M. Doerner and R. Kevin Winkler
Characteristics of Mortgage Borrowers During the COVID-19 Pandemic:
Evidence from the National Mortgage Database
Greta Li, David Low, and Judith Ricks
Mortgage Appraisal Waivers and Prepayment Speeds
Joshua Bosshardt, William M. Doerner, and Fan Xu
Applying Seasonal Adjustments to Housing Markets
William M. Doerner and Wenzhen Lin
Housing Supply and Liquidity in the COVID-19 Era
Justin Contat and Malcolm Rogers
Are Settlement Patterns Changing in the United States as We Emerge from the
Elaine Ng, Jeremy Albright, Holi Urbas, and Kurt Usowski
The Spatial Relationship Between the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program
and Industrial Air Pollution
Dana K. Goplerud, Sarah G. Gensheimer, Benjamin K. Schneider, Matthew D. Eisenberg, Genee S. Smith, and Craig Evan Pollack
Land Value Capture Across the Globe
Jaebeum Cho, Luis Quintanilla Tamez, Enrique Silva, Matteo Schleicher, Rüdiger Ahrend, and Andres Fuentes Hutfilter
Increased 40-Year Term for Loan Modifications
Maria Chelo Manlagnit De Venecia, Janet Li, and Alastair McFarlane
What Happens When You Assume
Kevin A. Park
Better Housing: FHA Title I Property Improvement Loans
Kevin A. Park
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