NAHB data shows lower-than-expected household formation among millennials

The U.S. has around 2.4 million less households than it “should” have, according to a new analysis from the National Association of Home Builders.

New household formation fails to keep up with population growth

The United States should be adding around one million new households each year if it follows current population trends, but that’s not happening according to a new report by Freddie Mac economists.

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