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Housing Markets Where White Americans Disproportionately Dominate

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Housing Markets Where White Americans Disproportionately Dominate

Housing Markets Where White Americans Disproportionately Dominate

A new study reveals how much race affects homeownership rates in the 50 largest US metro areas.

It found that in the 50 metro areas, white Americans make up an average of 59% of the population.

But according to Business Insider, whites own own about 73% of the owner-occupied homes.

The Lending Tree study says the gap between white population and homeownership is the widest in the New York metro area.

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