Sarah F. Riley

Sarah Riley manages the center’s data stores and conducts research in the areas of real estate economics, mortgage finance, behavioral economics and survey methods.


HousingStudies
Published Article – Peer Reviewed | March 12, 2015
Loan Modifications and Foreclosure Sales during the Financial Crisis: Consequences for Health and Stress
Housing Studies
Mark R. Lindblad, Sarah F. Riley

Community Advantage Panel Survey Update 2015
Technical Report | February 2015
Community Advantage Panel Survey: Data Collection Update of Panel Attrition

Riley-Maintenance-APPAM
Presentation | November 7, 2014
The Home Maintenance and Improvement Decisions of Low-Income Homeowners
Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Attrition Analysis March 2014
Technical Report | March 2014
Community Advantage Panel Survey: Data Collection Update and Analysis of Panel Attrition

Serious Delinquency SSWR 1-17-14
Presentation | January 17, 2014
Serious Delinquency and Strategic Default among Low-Income Urban Homeowners
Society for Social Work and Research 2014 Conference, San Antonio, Texas

Riley Mobility 11-21-13
Presentation | November 23, 2013
House Price Dynamics, Unemployment and the Mobility Decisions of Low-Income Homeowners
Southern Economic Association Annual Meeting
Sarah F. Riley, Giang Nguyen, Kim Manturuk

JRAP
Published Article – Peer Reviewed | 2013
The User Cost of Low-Income Homeownership
The Journal of Regional Analysis & Policy, Vol. 43 No. 2
Sarah F. Riley, Hong Yu Ru, Qing Feng

Riley FDIC Strategic Default
Presentation | October 17, 2013
Strategic Default Attitudes and Behavior among Low‐Income Homeowners
FDIC 3rd Annual Consumer Research Symposium, Arlington, Va.

JournaloftheBuiltEnvironment
Published Article – Peer Reviewed | July 2013
House Price Dynamics, Unemployment, and the Mobility Decisions of Low-income Homeowners
Sarah F. Riley, Giang Nguyen, Kim Manturuk

CAPSUpdate2013
Technical Report | February 2013
Community Advantage Panel Survey: Data Collection Update and Analysis of Panel Attrition

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