Testing for housing discrimination: findings from a HUD study of real estate agents
Working with a real-estate agent is typically one of the first steps people take when looking to rent an apartment or buy a home. To determine whether people of certain races and ethnicities are treated differently during this process, HUD sponsored a nationwide Housing Discrimination Study. Julia Reade highlights findings.
Volume (Year): (2003)
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