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Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Rents of Constant Quality Units in the Housing Choice Voucher Program: Evidence from HUDäó»s Customer Satisfaction Survey
Dirk W. Early (au)
Serving more than 2.2 million households and over 5 million persons at a cost of roughly $16 billion, the Housing Choice Voucher program in the Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is one of the most important forms of rental assistance provided by the federal government. A substantial fraction, 62%, of the households served by the Housing Choice Voucher program are minority households. This study determines whether discrimination in rental housing markets put minorities in the Housing Choice Voucher program at a disadvantage when searching for private housing. HUDäó»s mission statement includes the goal of increasing access to affordable housing free from discrimination. The Housing Choice Voucher program must provide tenants the resources necessary to obtain housing in appropriate areas of their choice, including areas with low concentrations of poverty and in historically white neighborhoods while meeting program guidelines. If minorities face additional financial barriers to obtaining housing in the most desirable locations, HUD may need to adjust the policies governing the Housing Choice Voucher program accordingly. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
Small Sects in America (rev. ed.)
Suggestions of Abuse: True & False Memories of Childhood Sexual Trauma
Skin Deep: Black Women & White Women Write About Race
Who’s in Control? Polar Politics & the Sensible Center
It’s Never Too Late to Get Rich: Secrets of Building a Nest Egg at Any Age
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