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Immigrants - Immigrants comprised 40% of new households from 2000 to 2005, and
Immigrants allocate more income for housing, offering 39% on average to 28% for Americans.
14% of recent buyers are immigrants.
20% of the 25-to-34 age group population is foreign-born.
Immigrants put more down, averaging 7% down versus 4% down by native-born Americans.
Hispanics - Hispanic home ownership only rose 5%, from 44.7% to 49.7%, in the last decade, and
72% of the Hispanics living in the US are US citizens.
The largest and fastest-growing minority group in the US.
Hispanic homeownership rates lag significantly behind non-Hispanic whites at ~49% to ~76%.
by 2010, Hispanic purchasing power will equal the third largest economy in the western hemisphere, rivaling Brazil's economy.
Women - From 1980 to 2000, households headed by unmarried women rose by ~10 million, and
Female home ownership is just 23%.
Single women represent 20% of recent home buyers, which is a ~50% increase from 2000.
83% of single female home buyers choose single-family homes over condominiums.
Women will head 28% of households by 2010.
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