The pandemic has forced millions of young people to move back home

Millions of young adults have moved back home with mom and dad since the COVID-19 pandemic began, and now, the majority of 18-to-29 year olds are said to be living with their parents. That surpasses a previous peak that was set during the Great Depression, the Pew Research Center reported. The survey by Pew found

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No. of cohabiting, unmarried couples rises in the U.S.

The number of Americans living with an unmarried partner has doubled since 1993, and though the numbers are still small, the increase is significant as it represents a major shift in living arrangements, experts say. Moreover, those unmarried couples are increasingly moving into homeownership. Some 7% of Americans now live with an unmarried partner, up

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U.S. has more multi-generational households than ever before

The number of generations living under one roof in the U.S. is growing, according to new analysis from the Pew Research Center.

Minorities and young people being left behind in housing, Pew Research Center says

The rate of homeownership among young people and minorities has fallen sharply in the last ten years or so. More worryingly, these demographic groups have missed out

Americans Still Consider Real Estate No.1 Investment

Americans have not changed their perception that their home is the best investment they’ll ever make, even in spite of the extended slump in real estate prices, according to the results of a new survey that was released by the Pew Research Center yesterday.

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