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Charlesinrichmond t1_iuids2m wrote

so the site I googled was wrong, that'll take me to take the first hit. Your data set is obviously better.

That said, by your data, its still really really high, within a percentage point ex the ninja loan debacle


iaalaughlin t1_iuilvgw wrote

The question isn’t a matter of what the nation is doing though.

The question is what is Richmond doing. (Or whatever city you want to do this for.)

Richmond appears to be here:

Ownership rate is nearly 20 points below national average, and is at ~44%.

That feels troubling, but I’d like more recent data.

So, does Richmond want homeownership for its population or not?