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  • Borrowing to Liveby Nicolas P. Retsinas; Eric S. Belsky

    Brookings Institution Press 2009; US$ 28.95

    Americans are awash in debt, and the U.S. economy is in trouble. Credit undergirds daily life more than everit has become one of the defining aspects of American life, and the ramifications are becoming clearer by the day. The already considerable damage from a depressed housing market has been exacerbated by the subprime lender implosion, sending... more...

  • Building Assets, Building Creditby Nicolas P. Retsinas; Eric S. Belsky; Edward Gramlich

    Brookings Institution Press 2006; US$ 29.95

    Poor people spend their money living day to day. How can they accumulate wealth? In the United States, homeownership is often the answer. Homes not only provide shelter but also are assets, and thus a means to create equity. Mortgage credit becomes a crucial factor. More Americans than ever now have some access to credit. However. thanks in large... more...

  • Low-Income Homeownershipby Nicolas P. Retsinas; Eric S. Belsky

    Brookings Institution Press 2004; US$ 26.95

    A generation ago little attention was focused on low-income homeownership. Today homeownership rates among under-served groups, including low-income households and minorities, have risen to record levels. These groups are no longer at the margin of the housing market; they have benefited from more flexible underwriting standards and greater access... more...

  • Moving Forwardby Nicolas P. Retsinas; Eric S. Belsky

    Brookings Institution Press 2011; US$ 28.95

    The recent collapse of the mortgage market revealed fractures in the credit market that have deep roots in the system's structure, conduct, and regulation. The time has come for a clear-eyed assessment of what happened and how the system should be strengthened and restructured. Such reform will have a profound and lasting impact on the capacity of... more...

  • Revisiting Rental Housingby Nicolas P. Retsinas; Eric S. Belsky; Anthony Downs

    Brookings Institution Press 2008; US$ 29.95

    Rental housing is increasingly recognized as a vital housing option in the United States. Government policies and programs continue to grapple with problematic issues, however, including affordability, distressed urban neighborhoods, concentrated poverty, substandard housing stock, and the unmet needs of the disabled, the elderly, and the homeless.... more...

  • Homeownership Built to Lastby Eric S. Belsky; Christopher E. Herbert; Jennifer H. Molinsky

    Brookings Institution Press 2014; US$ 45.00

    The ups and downs in housing markets over the past two decades are without precedent, and the costsfinancial, psychological, and socialhave been enormous. Yet Americans overwhelmingly still aspire to homeownership, and many still view access to homeownership as an important ingredient for building wealth among historically disadvantaged groups. ... more...

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