The causes of increase in home ownership in the 1990s

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StatementStuart A. Gabriel, Stuart S. Rosenthal.
SeriesWorking paper / Research Institute for Housing America ;, no. 03-01, Working paper (Research Institute for Housing America : Online) ;, no. 03-01.
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After decades of relative stability, the rate of U.S. homeownership began to surge in the mids, rising from 64% in to a peak of 69% innear which it has hovered ever since; this translates into 12 million more homeowners over the period (Figure 1). did succeed in increasing home ownership (discussed in more detail later).

As home ownership rates in-creased there was self-congratulation all around. The community of regulators, academic specialists, and housing activists all reveled in the increase in home ownership and the increase in wealth brought about by home ownership.

Low-income ownership has grown in particular. According to a study by researchers Mark Duda and Eric S. Belsky at Harvard University’s Joint Center for Housing Studies, an increase in manufactured housing has helped to fill the demand, especially in the South, where 40 percent of buyers purchased manufactured homes.

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Between andthe share of households owning their own homes rose from 44 to 62 percent, and home ownership has remained high ever.

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The True Origins of This Financial Crisis growth in home ownership without sufficiently regulating the banks and other mortgage lenders that made the bad loans. The result was a banking system. Home ownership had been traditionally in the range of % of households, and bypeaked at over 69%.

As Barron's observed this past week, the level has now returned to Author: Philip Mause. For starters, there was a good reason the home ownership rate had steadied near the 64 percent mark: the private mortgage marketplace had already helped most qualified borrowers buy a home.

U.S. home mortgage debt relative to GDP increased from an average of 46% during the s to 73% duringreaching $ trillion.

[66] Economist Tyler Cowen explained that the economy was highly dependent on this home equity extraction: "In the period, home owners extracted an amount of equity from their homes equivalent to %. For others, home ownership is seen as an important part of being a productive member of society; governments promote it by offering tax deals or cheap loans to potential buyers and if given the choice, people prefer to own their homes rather than rent.¹.

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