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Efforts to spur home ownership hurt Hispanics most

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Who suffered the greatest loss in housing wealth when the housing market collapsed? If you disaggregate the population by Census categories, the answer is Hispanics. Wonkblog's Lydia DePillis links to a vivid graph from a report compiled by Zillow. Hispanic homeowners' housing prices dropped 46 percent from peak to trough, compared to 32 percent for blacks, 24 percent for whites and 20 percent...

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