Deportations By Trump Administrations Could Lead To Foreclosure Spike

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Deportations By Trump Administrations Could Lead To Foreclosure Spike

Dec, 12th 2016

Researchers at Cornell University published a study this week that links an increase in deportations to a higher rate of foreclosure within Latino communities. They found that nearly one-third of undocumented Latinos live in homes owned by Latinos residing in the U.S. legally. A sizable share of these undocumented residents are wage earners that contribute to their household's income. Once an undocumented household member is deported, that income is no longer available to help pay the mortgage or any other bills.

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"Foreclosure and immigration enforcement affect [Latino] households in significantly negative ways, so there's a question of whether we are derailing our own...

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