Fannie Mae’s Affordable Housing Approach

Home prices and homeownership rates don’t just affect prospective homebuyers. They have wide implications for the economy and society at large, with potential impacts that will last for generations to come. That’s why Fannie Mae believes that housing should be affordable for all. And here’s how we can all come together to make that happen.

Sources:

Fannie Mae, "Future Homebuyers," Single-Family Strategy & Insights unpublished research (November 2019). | Fannie Mae, "Builders," Single-Family Strategy & Insights unpublished research (December 2019). | "The Decennial Census & American Community Survey," U.S. Census Bureau. | Hayward, "How Zoning Laws Exclude Black Families from Areas of Economic Opportunity," Fortune (July 2020). | DiPasquale & Glaeser, "Incentives and Social Capital: Are Homeowners Better Citizens," Journal of Urban Economics, (1999). | Evangelou, "Wage Versus Home Price Growth," National Association of Realtors (March 2019).

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