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Homeownership

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Homeownership, from most recent to least.

Wednesday’s Must Reads

Wednesday’s Must Reads

Nena Perry-Brown | October 14th 2020

DC lost 15,000 residents this year; quantifying the premium Black homeowners pay; and Arlington may expedite office-to-residential conversions. ... read »

Black Mortgage Applicants in DC Denied at Double Citywide Rate

Black Mortgage Applicants in DC Denied at Double Citywide Rate

Nena Perry-Brown | August 5th 2020

Higher Black homeownership rates have not made DC immune to mortgage denial disparities. ... read »

Four More Years: DC Area Homeowners Are Staying Put Longer

Four More Years: DC Area Homeowners Are Staying Put Longer

Nena Perry-Brown | November 4th 2019

In the DC region and most metro areas nationwide, homeowners are staying put for longer. ... read »

DC Area Homeownership Gap Going Opposite Direction than Rest of the Country

DC Area Homeownership Gap Going Opposite Direction than Rest of the Country

Nena Perry-Brown | October 16th 2019

Last year, UrbanTurf reported on the racial homeownership gap in the DC area, one of the smallest nationwide. Since then, the local gap has actually... read »

One Presidential Candidate’s $100 Billion Housing Proposal

One Presidential Candidate’s $100 Billion Housing Proposal

Nena Perry-Brown | July 8th 2019

Senator Kamala Harris's plan would specifically target formerly redlined areas. ... read »

DC-Area Home Sellers Saw Average Profits of $60,000 in 2018

DC-Area Home Sellers Saw Average Profits of $60,000 in 2018

Nena Perry-Brown | January 31st 2019

A recent study also showed that homeownership tenure in the region is about 8 years. ... read »

83 Percent of Generation Z Plans to Purchase a Home Within 5 Years

83 Percent of Generation Z Plans to Purchase a Home Within 5 Years

Nena Perry-Brown | September 10th 2018

A new survey from Property Shark reveals that the adults in the generation born in and after 1995 are much more optimistic about the housing market... read »

How a Desire to Live in DC is Hindering Millennial Homeownership

How a Desire to Live in DC is Hindering Millennial Homeownership

Nena Perry-Brown | July 18th 2018

Urban Institute's study of millennial homeownership takes a look at how the generation's preference for city living is keeping them from buying... read »

DC’s Failing Score on Inclusivity

DC’s Failing Score on Inclusivity

Nena Perry-Brown | April 30th 2018

A new study by the Urban Institute shows that DC is below-par when compared to the nation's other largest cities in ensuring inclusivity. ... read »

One-Third of DC Area Renters Could Afford to Buy

One-Third of DC Area Renters Could Afford to Buy

Nena Perry-Brown | April 4th 2018

A new affordability measure states that based on the range of incomes and home prices in the DC area, nearly one in three renters here should be able... read »

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