State of Hispanic Homeownership Report

The State of Hispanic Homeownership Report®️ is a publication of the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals®️. The report is an industry benchmark that coalesces a broad cross-section of data and research from within and outside of the housing industry. The report provides an analysis of how the U.S. Hispanic population is faring with respect to attainment of homeownership in America. Additionally, it highlights Hispanic consumer nuances, purchase power, and trends, and provides insight into major factors that contributed to the story of Hispanic homeownership in the U.S. over the past year.

2022 State of Hispanic Homeownership Report

In 2022, the Hispanic homeownership rate increased to 48.6 percent, marking eight years of consistent homeownership growth. These homeownership gains came despite record-breaking affordability challenges as home price appreciation and interest rates continued to rise. However, Latinos still managed to add a net total 349,000 homeowner households and formed 628,000 new households, both among the largest single-year gains for Latinos over the last ten years. Today, Latinos are more mortgage-ready than ever before, and top-producing real estate practitioners in NAHREP’s annual qualitative study continue to underscore the resilience Hispanic homebuyers, which continues to elevate Hispanic homeownership in America.

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NAHREP added a ranking of Congressional districts by Hispanic homeownership rate to the State of Hispanic Homeownership! As a constituent and housing professional, you should know how your district and elected officials are performing.

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By Muralist Edgar Andres Zorrilla

The 2021 report was accompanied by creative representations of how homeownership changed for Hispanic families across the U.S. in 2021.

“Nuestra Casita”

by Sarah Serrano-Esquilin

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