Immigrants Struggle to Attain American Dream of Homeownership

March 29, 2017 Brian Honea

Many immigrants struggle to gain homeownership, however, many immigrants who have been here for 10 years or longer, especially those with higher education, are able to find higher paying jobs and buy a home. Over 61 percent of immigrants from travel-ban countries are homeowners, coming close to the domestic-born homeownership rate of 68.8 percent.

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