Are Millennials Hurting The Housing Recovery?
Posted by Jay Gulick on Monday, May 12, 2014 at 11:02 AM By Jay Gulick / May 12, 2014 Comment
First-time home buyers haven’t been much help in the housing recovery, but it isn’t because young adults stopped aspiring to become homeowners. “Though they see a tough road to affording Homeownership, younger renters [those between the ages of 18 and 39] still are very likely to say that it’s in their future plans,” wrote Sarah Shahdad, strategic planning analyst with Fannie Mae, commenting recently on Fannie Mae’s National Housing Survey. “The vast majority still plan to own someday; about half plan to buy a home the next time they move.” Read more.
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