Roberto G. Quercia

Mortgage finance expert Roberto Quercia directs the UNC Center for Community Capital. He is professor and chair of the Department of City and Regional Planning and a Faculty Fellow at the Center for Urban and Regional Studies


UARSep2012
Published Article – Peer Reviewed | September 2012
Homeownership and Civic Engagement in Low-Income Urban Neighborhoods A Longitudinal Analysis
Urban Affairs Review

B_RegainingtheDream
Book | August 2012
Regaining the Dream: How to Renew the Promise of Homeownership for America’s Working Families

AJCP_4-12
Published Article – Peer Reviewed | April 2012
Sense of Community and Informal Social Control Among Lower Income Households: The Role of Homeownership and Collective Efficacy in Reducing Subjective Neighborhood Crime and Disorder
American Journal of Community Psychology

JREFE
Published Article – Peer Reviewed | March 22, 2012
CRA Lending in a Changing Context: Evidence of Interaction with FHA and Subprime Originations
Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics
Jonathan Spader, Roberto G. Quercia

ServicerandSpatial_3-2-12
Working Paper | March 2, 2012
Servicer and Spatial Heterogeneity of Loss Mitigation Practices in Soft Housing Markets

JPAM
Published Article – Peer Reviewed | February 3, 2012
The Impact of Federal Preemption of State Antipredatory Lending Laws on the Foreclosure Crisis
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management
Lei Ding, Roberto G. Quercia, Carolina Reid, Alan White

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

MortgageDefaultLocalUnemployment
Presentation | January 2012
Mortgage Default & Local Unemployment
American Economics Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, Ill.
Roberto G. Quercia, Anthony Pennington-Cross, Chao Yue Tian

R_LostGround
Research Report | November 2011
Lost Ground, 2011: Disparities in Mortgage Lending and Foreclosures
Debbie Gruenstein Bocian, Wei Li, Carolina Reid, Roberto G. Quercia

MortgageUnderwritingAccessCredit
Presentation | October 6, 2011
Mortgage Underwriting & Access to Credit
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Fall 2011 Research Symposium
Roberto G. Quercia, Lei Ding, Carolina Reid

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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