• Homeownership Experience of Low-Income and Minority Households
  • Volume 10, Number 2
  • Managing Editor: Mark D. Shroder

Symposium
Homeownership Experience of Low-Income and Minority Households


Guest Editor: William Reeder

 

Guest Editor's Introduction

The Homeownership Experience of Low-Income and Minority Households: A Review and Synthesis of the Literature
Christopher E. Herbert, and Eric S. Belsky

Initial Housing Choices Made by Low-Income and Minority Homebuyers
Christopher E. Herbert, and Eric S. Belsky

Housing Tenure, Expenditure, and Satisfaction Across Hispanic, African-American, and White Households: Evidence From the American Housing Survey
Thomas P. Boehm, and Alan Schlottmann

Is Manufactured Owned Housing a Good Alternative for Low-Income Households? Evidence From the American Housing Survey
Thomas P. Boehm, and Alan Schlottmann

Wealth Accumulation and Homeownership: Evidence for Low-Income Households
Thomas P. Boehm, and Alan Schlottmann

Refereed Papers

Income Diversity Within Neighborhoods and Very Low-Income Families
George C. Galster, Jason C. Booza, and Jackie M. Cutsinger

Changes in Rental Housing Discrimination Since 1989
Seok Joon Choi, Jan Ondrich, and John Yinger

Departments

Data Shop

Fully Utilizing Housing Cost Data in the American Community Survey PUMS Data: Identifying Issues and Proposing Solutions
Keith E. Wardrip, and Danilo Pelletiere

Referees 2007–08

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