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This funding will keep renters and homeowners housed for the next three to six months, giving them time to recover from the massive COVID-19 shock and reducing the likelihood of a full-blown housing market collapse.
Current actions are not nearly enough to ensure renters can remain in their homes.
The economic downturn resulting from COVID-19 will be the first time our current loss mitigation toolkit is tested in real time.
Tools are in place that can work if Congress acts fast and with clarity.
It negates the considerable federal investments made to roll out the 2015 rule and ignores evidence of ongoing racial discrimination, residential segregation, and barriers to opportunity in the US.
Understanding institutional investors’ role is key to understanding changes in home prices, rents, homeownership rates, and vacancy rates.
Cities near large military bases have narrowed the racial homeownership gap.
A recent report quantifies how major factors are linked to the racial homeownership gap.

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