Homebuyer Migration Fueling Diversity Shifts

November 24, 2020 Christina Hughes Babb

Over the last decade, U.S. suburbs have become more racially and ethnically diverse—not to mention more Democratic, according to Redfin.com. To get a better handle on this transition, the company studied data from the U.S. Census, along with Redfin’s housing market data and voting margins from the last three presidential elections. Among key findings, in 2018, ...

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