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.

2020 State of Hispanic Homeownership Report

2020 State of Hispanic Homeownership Report

The Latino homeownership rate increased again in 2020 for the sixth consecutive year despite the health and economic damages of the COVID-19 pandemic. Housing inventory remains the main barrier to increasing Hispanic homeownership, and Latinos will ultimately lead the national homeownership rate for decades to come.
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2019 State of Hispanic Homeownership Report

In its tenth year of publication, the 2019 State of Hispanic Homeownership Report includes an in-depth review of Hispanic purchasing patterns, buyer nuances and geographic trends. The 2019 edition was produced with the help of contributors Freddie Mac, National Association of Home Builders (NAHB,) and Urban Institute.
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2018 State of Hispanic Homeownership Report

In its ninth year of production, the 2018 SHHR takes an increased focus on the impact of language and culture in the home purchase transaction. In addition to the regular analysis on homeownership trends and nuances influencing household formation, the report also includes recommendations on marketing strategy to more effectively reach the Hispanic consumer.
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