Archive for the 'young homebuyers' Category

Broke, young, and unable to afford a home: The crisis for young American home buyers and household formation.


Living at home generation: a modern day feudalism awaits young Americans as the prospect of homeownership falls out of grasp.


Young and priced out of the US housing market: Mortgage debt traded for student debt. The dramatic fall in homeownership for those 40 and younger.


Rising home values in the face of stagnant incomes – Home prices are rising at a rate three times faster than the CPI. Lowest available inventory in over 30 years.


University of debt and home buying – recent college graduates and the growing inflation in college tuition. Many recent graduates unemployed or working in jobs that require no college degree. University of California tuition tripled in last decade while California incomes went stagnant.


The future of the young American homebuyer. Average foreclosure timeline jumps from 253 days in 2007 to 674 days in 2011. Homeownership rates for younger Americans point to significant issues in household income, demographic changes, and attitude shifts in the desire to buy a home.


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