A Fragile Balance book cover
Book Chapter | March 17, 2015
Building Emergency Savings Through “Impulse Saving”
A Fragile Balance: Emergency Savings and Liquid Resources for Low-Income Consumers
Jessica Dorrance
Center senior project manager Jessica Dorrance joins other experts contributing chapters to a new book published by the Center for Financial Security that examines strategies to promote emergency savings, especially among underserved households.

Homeownership Built to Last Book Cover
Book Chapter | June 27, 2014
Homeownership Built to Last: Balancing Access, Affordability, and Risk after the Housing Crisis
Mark R. Lindblad, Roberto G. Quercia

Book Chapter | 2011
Navigating the Housing Downturn and Financial Crisis: Home Appreciation and Equity Accumulation Among Community Reinvestment Homeowners
The American Mortgage System Crisis and Reform
Sarah F. Riley, Roberto G. Quercia, Susan M. Wachter and Marvin M. Smith, Editors

Book Chapter | May 2007
The Wealth-Creating Potential of Homeownership: A Preliminary Assessment of Price Appreciation Among Low-income Home Buyers
Chasing the American Dream
Michael A. Stegman, Roberto G. Quercia, Walter R. Davis

Book Chapter | May 2007
The Social-Psychological Effects of Affordable Homeownership
Chasing the American Dream
William M. Rohe, Roberto G. Quercia, Shannon Van Zandt

Book Chapter | September 2003
Banking the Unbanked: Connecting Residents of Social Housing to the Financial Mainstream
Housing and Social Change East-West Perspectives
Michael A. Stegman
A decision to save taxpayer money by delivering government benefits electronically could help bring low-income people into the financial mainstream.

Book Chapter | August 21, 2002
Performance of Community Reinvestment Loans: Implications for Secondary Market Purchases
Low Income Homeownership: Examining the Unexamined Goal
Roberto G. Quercia, Michael A. Stegman, Walter R. Davis, Eric Stein

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