Strong growth in minority and immigrant homeownership is likely to help offset the effects of the so-called baby bust, according to a Harvard University report due for release today.

"Fears that the baby bust would mean disaster for the housing market have clearly been overblown," researchers at Harvard's Joint Center for Housing Studies say.

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