Student debt forcing many college grads to delay home ownership



As opposed to home ownership a large number of college students plan to move back home with mom and dad as soon as they’ve graduated, so they can pay off their student loans, according to a new survey of 2,000 young

Millennials fleeing the nest at much faster rate, bodes well for housing demand.



Fannie Mae says that young adults are finally beginning to flee the nest in their droves, with the number of those who’re moving out from their parent’s homes growing fast.

Home Sweet Home: More Young Adults Stopping With Mom & Dad



The percentage of young adults ages 18 to 34 living with parents or parents-in-law has risen sharply since the late 2000s, according to the most recent American Community Survey.

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