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.


Published Article – Peer Reviewed | February 2013
Strategic Default Behavior and Attitudes among Low-income Homeowners
Real Estate Finance

AnnalsofRegScience
Published Article – Peer Reviewed | December 2012
Land use regulations and the returns to low-income homeownership
The Annals of Regional Science

JournalofSocioEconomics
Published Article – Peer Reviewed | December 2012
Factors affecting completion of a matched savings program: Impacts of time preference, discount rate, and financial hardship
The Journal of Socio-Economics

StrategicDefaultBehaviorAttitudes
Presentation | April 20, 2012
Strategic Default Behavior and Attitudes among Urban Low-Income Homeowners
42nd Urban Affairs Association 2012 Conference, Pittsburgh, Pa.

SSR_3-12
Published Article – Peer Reviewed | March 2012
Perception vs. reality: The relationship between low-income homeownership, perceived financial stress, and financial hardship
Social Science Research
Kim Manturuk, Sarah F. Riley, Janneke Ratcliffe

CAPSUpdate2012
Technical Report | February 2012
Community Advantage Panel Survey: Data Collection Update and Analysis of Panel Attrition

WP_CopingWithAdversity
Working Paper | April 2011
Coping with Adversity: Personal Bankruptcy Decisions of Lower-Income Homeowners Before and After Bankruptcy Reform
Mark R. Lindblad, Roberto G. Quercia, Sarah F. Riley, Melissa Jacoby, Tianji Cai, Ling Wang, Kim Manturuk

CAPSUpdate2011
Technical Report | March 2011
Community Advantage Panel Survey: Data Collection Update and Analysis of Panel Attrition

FieldMethods
Published Article – Peer Reviewed | February 2011
The Effects of Differential Interviewer Incentives on a Field Data Collection Effort
Field Methods
Jeffrey Rosen, Joe Murphy, Andy Peytchev, Sarah F. Riley, Mark R. Lindblad

AmericanMortgageSystem
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

The UNC Center for Community Capital conducts research and policy analysis on ways to make financial services work better for more people and communities.

 

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