The US homeownership rate has lost ground compared with other developed countries

In 2015, the US had the fifth lowest homeownership rate out of 18 other developed countries.

To explain changes in the homeownership rate, look beyond demographic trends

In 2015, the national homeownership rate declined to 62.7 percent, below the level 30 years prior.

Three goals for restoring black homeownership

The historic decline in black homeownership doesn’t have a single cause.

Mapping the black homeownership gap

The drop in black homeownership has not been uniform across the country.

Homeownership is still financially better than renting

Housing finance debates have lacked detailed evidence on the costs of homeownership versus renting.

A closer look at the fifteen-year drop in black homeownership

Since 2001, the black homeownership rate has seen the most dramatic drop of any racial or ethnic group.

Manufactured homes could ease the affordable housing crisis. So why are so few being made?

Manufactured housing is the least expensive type of housing, but its annual production is low in recent years.

An innovative model for reducing gaps in homeownership

Issuing two mortgages for one home can help people who don't have enough money for a large down payment.

Experts agree: Modernizing the FHA is critical to effective housing finance reform

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac draw more scrutiny, but the Federal Housing Administration is also central to housing finance reform.

For many, tax reform will make renting more attractive than owning a home

Due to changes in the tax code, renting will look more attractive to many Americans in 2018 and beyond.