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Crisis, Response, and Recovery: The Federal Government and the Black/White Homeownership Gap

 

Author: Carolina K. Reid, Faculty Research Advisor

Read the full paper.

Read a blog from the author, which offers a summary of the research and a commentary on how the findings are relevant to the current COVID-19 pandemic and economic crisis and the role that the Biden-Harris Administration is poised to take in response.

Download the appendix, which presents data relating to the homeownership rates, lending trends, and home price appreciation for Black and White households  during the Great Recession and subsequent recovery for 50 of the largest metropolitan areas in the United States.

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