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Dr. Allen Hyde, new Assistant Professor of Sociology, discusses his work on "Mortgages, Data, and Disclosure: Current Research on Homeownership in New Latino Destinations."

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Allen Hyde is an assistant professor in Georgia Tech’s Ivan Allen College School of History and Sociology, who along with coauthor Professor Mary Fischer of the University of Connecticut, analyzes HMDA data to study the seemingly counterintuitive relationship between increased Latino access to mortgage financing in the lead-up to the 2008 housing crisis, and higher observable levels of segregation. Whereas existing research on Latino homeownership has been largely limited to historic areas of residency, Hyde focuses on newer destination cities in the country’s interior and the South, of which Atlanta is one. Hyde answered several questions on what this data can tell us and about national and local patterns of Latino homeownership.

See more at: http://www.iac.gatech.edu/news-events/stories/2016/11/mortgages-data-disclosure-current-research-homeownership-new-latino-destinations/584141#sthash.NNwCwefY.dpuf

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  • Created On: Dec 1, 2016 - 10:05am
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