The U.S. Hispanic population drives today's housing market

Hispanic homeownership took a beating during the Great Recession, and it’s been slow to rebound.

Between 2007 and 2015, nearly one in five housing foreclosures in the US occurred in predominantly Hispanic communities, according to an April 2019 report from Zillow. And July 2019 Census data shows that the US Hispanic homeownership rate has yet to regain the 50.1% peak it reached in 2007. READ MORE AT EMARKETER

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