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Where Does it Go? Spending by the Financially Constrained

Shawn Cole, John Thompson, Peter Tufano • February 1, 2008

UCC08-3: In this paper, we analyze the spending decisions of over 1.5 million Americans who vary in their degree of revealed credit constraints. Specifically, we analyze…
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Federally Sponsored Rehabilitation Activity

Mark Duda • July 30, 2001

W01-8: Each year the federal government spends approximately $6 billion to rehabilitate the housing stock, which leverages a similar amount of spending from the private…
Reports

The Future of Manufactured Housing

Kimberly Vermeer, Josephine Louie • January 1, 1997

In the 1930s and 1940s, mobile homes were viewed as recreational housing and were indeed highly mobile. The original intention of manufacturers was to provide temporary,…
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The Housing Needs of Lower-Income Homeowners

Josephine Louie, Eric Belsky, Nancy McArdle • August 14, 1998

W98-8: Homeownership is still a prime goal for Americans, and a rising homeownership rate is good for our country. Families, especially lower-income families, build up…