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Cityscape: Volume 23 Number 3 | The Hispanic Housing Experience in the United States, Part II


The Hispanic Housing Experience in the United States, Part II

Volume 23 Number 3

Mark D. Shroder
Michelle P. Matuga

The Hispanic Housing Experience in the United States, Part II

Guest Editor’s Introduction
Alexander Din and Portia R. Hemphill

Colonias Investment Areas: A More Focused Approach
Keith Wiley, Lance George, and Sam Lipshutz

Achieving Spatial Equity Through Suburban Homeownership? Neighborhood Attributes of Hispanic Homebuyers
Rocio Sanchez-Moyano

Hispanic Homeownership Advancement through Recession and Boom: Tracking Cohort Aging and Replacement with 5-Year American Community Survey Data in the United States, Los Angeles, and a Gentrifying District
Dowell Myers and David Flores Moctezuma

Hogar Dulce Hogar? [Home Sweet Home?]: Prepurchase Counseling and the Experiences of Low-Income Latinx Homeowners in Denver
Anna Maria Santiago and Joffré Leroux

Movement Toward High Opportunity and Racial and Ethnic Integration for Hispanics in the Housing Choice Voucher Program
Kirk McClure and Alex Schwartz

Hispanic Families in Assisted Housing
Sandra Newman and C. Scott Holupka

Hispanic Disaster Preparedness in the United States, 2017: Examining the Association with Residential Characteristics
Samantha Friedman, Elizabeth Fussell, Mayuko Nakatsuka, and Recai Yucel

The Hispanic Housing Experience: A Perspective from Chile
Ernesto López-Morales

Refereed Papers

Measuring Exclusionary Zoning in the Suburbs
Robert C. Ellickson


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