- Borrower Beware
- Volume 18, Number 2
- Managing Editor: Mark D. Shroder
- Associate Editor: Michelle P. Matuga
Guest Editor's Introduction
Padmasini Raman and Pamela Lee
Credit Invisibles and the Unscored
Kenneth P. Brevoort, Philipp Grimm, and Michelle Kambara
What’s the Point(s)? Information Content and Messaging Strategies in Mortgage Loan
Vanessa G. Perry, Carol M. Motley, and Robert L. Adams, Jr.
Prepurchase Counseling Effects on Mortage Performance: Empirical Analysis of
NeighborWorks® America’s Experience
Neil S. Mayer and Kenneth Temkin
Housing Decisions Among Low-Income Hispanic Households in Chicago
Laura Carrillo, Mary Pattillo, Erin Hardy, and Dolores Acevedo-Garcia
The Role of Nonprofit Organizations in Homeless Policy Networks: A Research Note
Jesus N. Valero and Hee Soun Jang
Data Shop: Trend-Spotting in the Housing Market
Industrial Revolution: Breathing Wall: Concept and Thermal Performance
Zhiqiang (John) Zhai
Foreign Exchange: Promoting Access to Affordable Housing Finance: Morocco’s Fogarim Guarantee Fund and U.S. Housing Finance
Alven Lam and Christopher Feather
Evaluation Tradecraft: Tracking and Interviewing Family Options Study Participants
Debi McInnis and Brenda Rodriguez
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