Watch millennials apologize for delaying the housing recovery

Millennials are finally buying homes and it means ‘pent up demand’ could last for years. According to the Census Bureau, 35.3% of people in this age bracket owned homes in the second quarter, up from 34.1% a year ago. Home Depot noticed this uptick in the increase of first-time homebuyers that visited its stores for supplies.

Our data suggests that most millennials still believe in homeownership. 79% plan on eventually purchasing a house or apartment, and another 15% are unsure. Only 6% expect to always rent. When asked about when they plan to buy, however, nearly 80% of renters are delaying their purchase for two or more years.

The housing recovery is suffering partly because baby boomers aren’t downsizing as they used to – it’s getting too expensive. Housing recovery suffers, but don’t blame the millennials Home

What’s next for millennials and the housing market?. Owens pointed out that millennials are delaying marriage and child bearing, which may impact the type and location of housing they prefer.

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The share of 18 to 34-year-olds living with their parents rose from about 27.6% before the Great Recession in 2007 to above 31%, where it remains today, according to an analysis by Trulia, a real.

As a millennial, I am not sorry for my work habits or my. This is thought to be caused by the amount of millennials entering the workforce in general, as well as the high number of Baby Boomers.

A growing baby boomer population is mixing it up with so-called millennials in downtown Melbourne and Cocoa Village in new housing. and delayed them doing such things as buying a home or getting.

How Millennials Could Be Housing Heroes First-time qualification for a mortgage is one of the big obstacles standing in their way. By Katherine Peralta , Staff Writer Sept. 17, 2014

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Meanwhile, a recovery. and 35% of all non-housing debt. See: Why millennials can’t buy homes Moreover, the survey of persons born between 1980 and 1998 found that among non-homeowners, 83% cited.