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Home in America: Immigrants and Housing Demand

A study by the ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing builds off prior research on immigrants and housing to examine the housing and residential location choices of immigrants in five metropolitan areas that each reflect a different type of immigrant gateway community: San Francisco; Houston; Minneapolis; Buffalo, New York; and Charlotte, North Carolina.

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Mapping a Segregated City: A Lexington Fair Housing Council Report

The Lexington Fair Housing Council's report, Mapping a Segregated City: The Growth of Racially/Ethnically Concentrated Poverty & Affluence in Lexington, 1970-2014, identifies several long-term trends in the city of Lexington, KY regarding not only where affluence and poverty has become concentrated, but how those trends intersect with populations based on race and ethnicity.

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Housing as Health Care: A Road Map for States

Developed by the NGA Center through extensive consultation with senior state officials and other national experts, the road map provides a step-by-step guide for both the immediate need to support those state planning efforts and broad use by all governors interested in the promise of housing as an essential element of improved health and reduced utilization of costly health care services.

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