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Where are rents increasing fastest? And what effects do policies have on local rental markets?
The household-owned value of the housing market is now higher than the pre-crisis peak of $22.68 trillion in 2006.
A HUD proposal would make it easier for businesses and policymakers to escape liability when using algorithms to make housing decisions.
Selling pools of severely delinquent loans to investors can help the FHA and borrowers headed into foreclosure.
Of 100 US cities analyzed, only 2 in Texas have closed the gap between white and Hispanic homeownership rates.
The creation of the UMBS is an important step forward in the current system.
Changes in the housing finance sector have sparked conversations on the value of private mortgage insurance.
In May, HUD proposed making families with mixed immigration status ineligible for public housing or housing choice vouchers.
President Trump recently signed an executive order seeking to identify the effects of restrictive zoning laws.
Housing instability among LGBTQ Americans ranges from discrimination to homelessness.

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