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Assessment Of Homeownership And Asset Poverty In The Alabama Black Belt And Non-Black Belt Counties


  • Kanyi, Peter M.
  • Baharanyi, Ntam
  • Ngandu, Mudiayi Sylvain
  • Zabawa, Robert


This study assessed homeownership and how it is affected by race, residency in or out of Alabama Black Belt, family status, poverty and other variables. All variables showed significant relationship to Alabama homeownership with single-parenthood showing a negative impact on White homeownership but insignificant to Black homeownership in the region.

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  • Kanyi, Peter M. & Baharanyi, Ntam & Ngandu, Mudiayi Sylvain & Zabawa, Robert, 2008. "Assessment Of Homeownership And Asset Poverty In The Alabama Black Belt And Non-Black Belt Counties," 2008 Annual Meeting, February 2-6, 2008, Dallas, Texas 6795, Southern Agricultural Economics Association.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:saeaed:6795

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