How corporate investors are squeezing Black families out of home ownership
In the years since the Great Recession, when housing prices dramatically fell, Wall Street investors have been buying large numbers of single-family homes to use as rentals. As of 2022, big investment firms owned nearly 600,000 such properties nationwide.
The Conversation November 5, 2023
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