Even after the Great Recession, homeownership remains an important path to wealth-building and residential stability for millions of households. Our research examines changing patterns of homeownership at the national and metro levels, as well as the demographic drivers of those patterns. We also look at how government programs and policies shape homebuyer markets and the housing finance system

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Erin Graves

Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

Mortgage Default & Foreclosure in the Last Financial Crisis: HUD/FHA Policies and Innovative State and Local Initiatives

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

A new series of Issue Briefs authored by Rachel Bratt, a Senior Research Fellow at the Joint Center for Housing...

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Sharon Cornelissen

Postdoctoral Fellow

COVID-19 and Financially Vulnerable Homeowners: National Trends and Voices from Brockton, Massachusetts

Wednesday, April 01, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting economic slowdown, millions of homeowners across the United States are financially vulnerable....

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