The Geography of Vacant Housing and Neighborhood Health Disparities After the U.S. Foreclosure Crisis

The Geography of Vacant Housing and Neighborhood Health Disparities After the U.S. Foreclosure Crisis

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Aug 1, 2018
We examined the impact of long-term (6 months or more) vacant housing and various durations of vacancy on a variety of health outcomes at the neighborhood level across three types of U.S. metropolitan areas (metros): (1) those that have experienced consistently strong growth, (2) those that have undergone weak growth, and (3) those hit hardest by the foreclosure crisis
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