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A Closer Look at Hispanic Homeownership

Projections suggest that Hispanics will make up more than half of all net new households formed between now and 2030. The Great Recession revealed that homeownership may not be the only catalyst to economic prosperity, however, it remains the largest wealth-building engine for minority families. On Wednesday, Urban Institute and the Hispanic Wealth Project collaborated to create a dialogue around the issues impacting wealth creation and economic mobility within the Latino community.

Expert panels in the summit on ‘Hispanic Wealth: Emerging Homeownership, Entrepreneurship and Savings and Investments,’ shared their perspectives on challenges as well as the solutions for Hispanic Americans in areas of homeownership, savings and investments, and entrepreneurial opportunities.  

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