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The (un)American Dream: The Impact of Race on Homeownership

As I began my research into personal finance, one of the most surprising things that I learned involves the nexus between race and homeownership.

The conventional perspective is that homeownership causes wealth. Unfortunately, the facts demonstrate that it’s reversed: It’s much more likely that wealth causes homeownership.

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Jennifer Chan

Jennifer Chan

Productivity, craftsmanship, and the pursuit of excellence at work. Writing now at jennifertchan.substack.com.

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