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Do Demographics Play a Role in the Current Homeownership Rates?

After half a decade from the bottom of the housing bust, the U.S. homeownership rate still remains stuck at a current 50-year low and a look at the demographics of those Americans that do own homes today, and those that do not, and compares the data to that of past decades may be useful in understanding this phenomenon.

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Homeownership Rate Will Continue Decline Into 2030, Study Estimates

Overall, from 2010 to 2030, UI estimates there will be four million more renters than homeowners while the homeownership rate falls from 65.1 percent down to 61.3 percent during that 20-year period. In that time, 22 million new households will need homes to rent or buy; UI estimates that 13 million of those will rent while nine million will buy.

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