Last year, about half of Latino households in the U.S. were homeowners. And according to the Urban Institute, this group could make up 70% of new homeowners over the next two decades. But new findings suggest Latinos are more likely than any other ethnic group to use risky home financing. READ MORE AT KGOU OKLAHOMA
Across the United States, Latino homeownership is expanding at a record pace, with younger buyers fueling much of the increase, data show. The rise is altering the real estate landscape in many pockets of the country and making this demographic a growing force in the sharply rising housing market. READ MORE AT THE WASHINGTON POST
Projections show half of all homebuyers nationally will be Hispanic in the next decade. Latinos are the only demographic in the U.S. to increase their rate of homeownership for each of the past six years, according to the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals. Oklahoma had the fifth-highest growth at 95.5% from 2009 to 2019, according to NAHREP. READ MORE AT THE JOURNAL RECORD
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