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African American homeownership falls to 50-year low

Written by Christopher G. Cox

In article releases on Scotsman Guide’s website, Victor Whitman report on the tragic fact of low African-American home ownership.

Why is his important? Home ownership is one of the single most important facets of building wealth. With fewer African-Americans owning homes, the long-term effects could be quite impressive and felt by many.

If you’re thinking of purchasing a home, don’t wait too long if it is part of your long-term retirement plan.


About the author


Christopher G. Cox

Christopher G. Cox has over 20 years of experience in the real estate and finance industries. He has understands the complexities and diversity of the real estate market, and he has a passion of helping people realize the American Dream.