2021HispanicHomeownershipWhile U.S. Hispanic homeownership continued to increase in 2021, consistent with the trendline of the past seven years, tough market conditions have stymied growth, particularly for first-time buyers. The proportional share of new homeowners attributed to Latinos decreased from its peak of 68.0 percent in 2015 to 18.1 percent in 2021. This slowdown coincides with the lowest rates of housing inventory in history. However, given the relative youth of the Latino community, coupled with population and labor growth projections, the country will increasingly depend on Latinos to carry U.S. homeownership growth.

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