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High-Opportunity Areas Have More (But Less Affordable) Homes for Sale

While many Americans continue to struggle with housing affordability, a new study from Redfin shows that homes in high-opportunity neighborhoods are not only selling for roughly $130,000 more, but they are also disproportionately white. Meanwhile, homes in low-opportunity areas are becoming less affordable due to gentrification.

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Nationwide Supply of Low-Cost Rentals Down in Every State

As rental demand heightens, the overall supply of low-rent units has fallen by 3.9 million over the last decade due to rent increases in existing units, building condemnations, and demolitions, according to the latest Joint Center for Housing Studies State of the Nation Housing report.

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Bridging the Racial Homeownership Gap

While racial disparities in homeownership are at their highest level in 50 years, closing the Black-white homeownership gap in the U.S. will take adding nearly five million African American homeowners, according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

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