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Homeownership Among the Foreign-Born Population

Updated January 15, 2013 | From U.S. Census Bureau

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Using data from the 2011 American Community Survey (ACS), this report finds notable differences in homeownership rates among foreign-born households by citizenship status. While 66 percent of naturalized U.S. citizen households were owner occupied, 34 percent of noncitizen households were owner occupied. Naturalized U.S. citizen households were also more likely than non-citizen households to have paid off their home mortgage.

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