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Hispanic Homeownership Reports

Posted Date:   
August 24, 2007

To provide a basis for the development of additional policies aimed at improving homeownership opportunities for Hispanics, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Office of Policy Development and Research commissioned a series of studies to examine the homeownership barriers faced by Hispanics. These studies provide information on the extent of homeownership gaps between Hispanics and non-Hispanic whites, the causes of these gaps, and what is known about the scale and effectiveness of programs designed to help Hispanics become homeowners. The studies will serve as an important reference for anyone interested in understanding the barriers that Hispanics face in the housing and mortgage markets. The nine reports are:

The following Hispanic Homeownership Seminar presentations are available for download:

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