African-American homeownership increasingly less stable and more risky
The study, Emerging Forms of Racial Inequality in Homeownership Exit, 1968-2009, examines racial inequality in transitions out of homeownership over the last four decades. The authors used longitudinal household data from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics for the period 1968 to 2009, with a study sample of 6,994 non-Hispanic whites and 3,158 African-American homeowners.
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