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  • US Gen Yers hold out for dream homes
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US Gen Yers hold out for dream homes

Homeownership among US Gen Yers has been languishing at historic lows. Conventional analysis would suggest this is because they’ve been the ones hardest hit by the recession, but look deeper and there’s evidence this shift may be due to a combination of dream-chasing and shaky finances.

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