Research Report Newark Housing Pulse: March 2021
Michael Neal, Daniel Pang
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The Newark Housing Pulse presents a comprehensive overview of the local housing market in Newark, New Jersey’s nine zip codes based on data from the American Community Survey, the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act, CoreLogic’s Market Trends, and the Bureau of Labor Statistics Employment Situation Report. The report includes comparison data on the United States, the state of New Jersey, Essex County, and six other US cities: Camden, Jersey City, and Trenton, NJ, and Baltimore, MD, Flint, MI, and Oakland, CA. A total of 180 tables, graphs, maps and charts present Newark’s homeownership rate, housing demand and affordability, housing supply, and homeowner stress factors. Together they illustrate the structural and cyclical barriers that impact homeownership.

Newark Housing Pulse, September 2020

Research Areas Wealth and financial well-being Race and equity Housing finance Housing
Tags Asset and debts Employment and income data Racial and ethnic disparities Housing markets Housing and the economy Homeownership Racial barriers to housing Racial homeownership gap Racial inequities in employment
Policy Centers Housing Finance Policy Center