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Goal. This research aims to understand the measurement error in self-reported homeownership data collected by surveys. Methods. The analysis focuses on Detroit as a case study. We use legal ownership status in administrative records (the city of Detroit parcel tax records) as the benchmark to validate self- reported ownership status collected from a survey (the Detroit Metro Area Communities Study). We compare data from two question formats, which measure ownership at the household level and atdoi:10.18148/srm/2022.v16i2.7904 fatcat:w5mwj5ru7zba3ftkrnerrkrkge