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In Populous Metros, Homeownership Lags for Black Americans

Black Americans own a disproportionately small number of homes in each of the country’s 50 most populated metropolitan areas, according to a study authored by LendingTree’s Chief Economist and VP Tendayi Kapfidze. People of color face frequent setbacks when it comes to achieving homeownership (even in areas with a large Black population) a factor that plays heavily into …

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