Immigrant Homeowners Hit Hard During the Housing Collapse, but Experience Varies by Country of Birth

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Immigrant Homeowners Hit Hard During the Housing Collapse, but Experience Varies by Country of Birth

Immigration is an important driver of the increase in U.S. population diversity and growth – immigrants are key to the rate of workforce growth and will have important effects on housing markets going forward. In the latest edition of Housing Insights, Fannie Mae's Economic & Strategic Research Group examined how the recent housing downturn and Great Recession have affected immigrants in order to gain insight into their potential role in the housing recovery.

Immigrant Homeowners Were Hit Hard During the Housing Collapse, but Experience Varies by Country of Birth (PDF)