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Cityscape: Volume 24 Number 3 | COVID-19 and the Housing Markets


COVID-19 and the Housing Markets

Volume 24 Number 3

Mark D. Shroder
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

Heterogeneity in the Effect of COVID-19 Mortgage Forbearance: Evidence from Large Bank Servicers
Lan Shi

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 COVID-19 Pandemic?
Elaine Ng, Jeremy Albright, Holi Urbas, and Kurt Usowski

Refereed Papers

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


Data Shop

Foreign Exchange

Graphic Detail

Affordable Design


Policy Briefs


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