Immigrants’ Access to Homeownership in the United States: A Review of Barriers, Discrimination, and Opportunities
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Immigrants’ Access to Homeownership in the United States: A Review of Barriers, Discrimination, and Opportunities

25 July 2023

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Immigrants’ Access to Homeownership in the United States: A Review of Barriers, Discrimination, and Opportunities Immigrants’ Access to Homeownership in the United States A Review of Barriers, Discrimination, and Opportunities JULY 2023 | SHARON CORNELISSEN, LIVESEY PACK Joint Center for Housing Studies Harvard University Immigrants’ Access to Homeownership in the United States: A Review of Barrie. [...] Any opinions expressed in this paper are those of the author(s) and not those of the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University or of any of the persons or organizations providing support to the Joint Center for Housing Studies. [...] Immigrants of color become racialized in the US and can face racial discrimination in employment and housing (Gover, Harper, and Langton 2020; Hanson and Santas 2014). [...] Research has found that rates of cohabitation are much higher for recent immigrants and that cohabitation is shaped by the unique challenges of immigration (Van Hook and Glick 2007) and of US family reunification immigration policies (Gubernskaya and Tang 2017). [...] By contrast, ROSCAs create a community around the practice of saving and a 22 structure of regular meetings with a group of mutually acquainted participants, facilitating social support and knowledge-sharing over the course of months and years.

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