‘We haven’t made any progress’: Black homeownership is stuck near 30-year lows

Friday, July 6, 2018
News Source: 
The Washington Post
Short Content: 
In many ways, African Americans have regained the ground lost during the financial crisis. Many are finding jobs and getting raises. But the holy grail of homeownership remains elusive. Forty-three percent of blacks owned homes in 2017, according to an annual report from the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University. In contrast, 72 percent of whites did, a gap that has mostly widened during the past three decades.
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