With regards to the general appraisal of the variations and severity of discrimination, a large scale country-wide analysis sheds light on essential disparities in perception. The study indicates the most disadvantaged home seekers, the types of agents who frequently discriminate those who seek housing and the areas where discrimination is most prevalent. The most identifiable occupants come from the black communities and the Asians because of their appearance, name, and speech; this way, the likeliness of discrimination is relatively higher than those minority groups that are perceived to be white.
The assertion that there is a universal necessity for sufficient protective accommodation may be seen as representing a definitive perception of the debate. Nonetheless, the assessment of the accommodation requirements of the marginalized ethnic groups has been an argumentative process which has proven the practical challenges of even defining the proper meaning of adequate housing. According to Ratcliffe identifies prevailing housing conditions, the effects of harsh health and injuries, geographical inclinations and the existence of hidden families as the fundamental essentials of housing requirements.
With a focus on the recent trends of 2000 to 2012, it is quite difficult to make a conclusion regarding the occurrence of any significant modifications. In the present day, renters from the minority communities are less likely to be denied access to advertised units or blocked from meeting with the house agents compared to the past decade.