Housing View – March 6, 2020

On cross-country:


On the US:

  • The Great Wall Street Housing Grab – New York Times
  • How the Democratic Candidates Would Tackle the Housing Crisis – New York Times
  • How Bloomberg, Sanders and Warren Responded to a Survey on Housing – New York Times
  • Evidence Shows Military Service Reduces the Racial Homeownership Gap – Urban Institute
  • Why Do Black College Graduates Have a Lower Homeownership Rate Than White People Who Dropped Out of High School? – Urban Institute
  • Reverse Mortgage Use Differs by Race and Ethnicity. Here’s Why It Matters – Urban Institute
  • Is the Sudden Increase in Black Homeownership Too Good to Be True? – Urban Institute
  • Breaking Down the Black-White Homeownership Gap – Urban Institute
  • Vacant “Zombie” Foreclosures Increase to 3.1 Percent Nationwide – ATTOM
  • For Those Living in Public Housing, It’s a Long Way to Work – Citylab
  • Housing Discrimination and Pollution Exposures in the United States – NBER
  • Does Information About Climate Risk Affect Property Values? – NBER
  • Vote Warren for a Pro-Housing President – Harvard Political Review
  • Digging Deeper into the Story: The Widespread Implications of the Growth in High Income Renters on Low- and Middle-Income Renter Households – Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies


On other countries:

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Labels: Global Housing Watch


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