Immigrant Home Demand

Census Bureau figures demonstrate just how massive the influx of immigrants has been in the United States.

February 28, 2002

Census Bureau figures demonstrate just how massive the influx of immigrants has been in the United States. Today, 11% of all households are headed by foreign-born individuals.

On average, the rate of homeownership among nonnative residents rises dramatically after they live in the U.S. for a decade. Approximately 7.6 million immigrants came here from 1991 to ’98, setting the stage for a boost in new home demand across many market areas in coming years.

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