- Low-Income and Minority Homeownership
- Volume 9, number 2
- Managing Editor: Mark D. Shroder
Low-Income and Minority Homeownership
Guest Editors: Harold L. Bunce and William J. Reeder
Homeownership Gaps Among Low-Income and Minority Households
Donald R. Haurin, Christopher E. Herbert, Stuart S. Rosentha
Factors Affecting Hispanic Homeownership: A Review of the Literature
Alvaro Cortes, Christopher E. Herbert, Erin Wilson, Elizabeth Clay
Mortgage Pricing Differentials Across Hispanic, African-American, and White Households: Evidence From the American Housing Survey
Thomas P. Boehm, Alan Schlottmann
The Importance of Wealth and Income in the Transition to Homeownership
Zhu Xiao Di, Xiaodong Liu
The Potential of Downpayment Assistance for Increasing Homeownership Among Minority and Low-Income Households
Christopher E. Herbert, Winnie Tsen
Policy Briefs: The Transition to Asset Management in Public Housing
Meena S. Bavan, Shomon R. Shamsuddin
Weighting and the American Housing Survey
Gregory J. Watson
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