MBA Chart of the Week: Unemployment Insurance Continued Claims

The COVID-19 pandemic continued to impact the labor market to close 2020. Friday’s release from the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed that faster layoffs led to a loss of 140,000 jobs in December and kept the headline unemployment rate (U-3) at 6.7 percent.

Hudson Institute Webinar on RIHA Paper TODAY

The Hudson Institute, Washington, D.C., will hold a webinar this Friday, Jan. 8, to discuss a recent Research Institute for Housing America paper on distribution of household wealth since the Great Recession.

Hudson Institute Webinar on RIHA Paper this Friday

The Hudson Institute, Washington, D.C., will hold a webinar this Friday, Jan. 8, to discuss a recent Research Institute for Housing America paper on distribution of household wealth since the Great Recession.

Hudson Institute Webinar on RIHA Paper this Friday

The Hudson Institute, Washington, D.C., will hold a webinar this Friday, Jan. 8, to discuss a recent Research Institute for Housing America paper on distribution of household wealth since the Great Recession.

MBA Chart of the Week: Net Migration by Metropolitan Status

This week’s MBA Chart of the Week shows net migration by metropolitan status over the past five years. The green line shows that the net movement into nonmetropolitan areas has hovered around zero, growing by an average of 19,000 migrants (nationally). On the other hand, metropolitan areas absorbed more than 5.7 million migrants over this period.

MBA Chart of the Week: Net Migration by Metropolitan Status

This week’s MBA Chart of the Week shows net migration by metropolitan status over the past five years. The green line shows that the net movement into nonmetropolitan areas has hovered around zero, growing by an average of 19,000 migrants (nationally). On the other hand, metropolitan areas absorbed more than 5.7 million migrants over this period.

RIHA Study: Widening Inequality After Great Recession Attributed to Decline in Homeownership, Home Values

Distribution of wealth among U.S. households became increasingly unequal from 2007 through 2016 as a decline in homeownership and home values impacted the wealth of middle-class families, according to a new research report, The Distribution of Wealth Since the Great Recession, released yesterday by the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Research Institute for Housing America.

RIHA Study: Widening Inequality After Great Recession Attributed to Decline in Homeownership, Home Values

Distribution of wealth among U.S. households became increasingly unequal from 2007 through 2016 as a decline in homeownership and home values impacted the wealth of middle-class families, according to a new research report, The Distribution of Wealth Since the Great Recession, released yesterday by the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Research Institute for Housing America.

MBA Chart of the Week: Missed Payments By Month (Q2-Q3)

This week’s MBA Chart of the Week chart provides fresh third quarter 2020 insights on the Research Institute for Housing America’s special report released in September that highlighted household financial distress during the second quarter—the first three months of the pandemic.

MBA Chart of the Week: Missed Payments By Month (Q2-Q3)

This week’s MBA Chart of the Week chart provides fresh third quarter 2020 insights on the Research Institute for Housing America’s special report released in September that highlighted household financial distress during the second quarter—the first three months of the pandemic.