Millennials are key to housing recovery, Harvard research shows

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June 26, 2014

Courtesy of Harvard JCHS

The map above, recently released by the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies, demonstrates the affordability issue in the U.S. housing market. The darker purple areas represent households that pay over 30 percent of their income for housing; households in the darkest purple areas pay more than 50 percent. One elusive key to the market’s stronger growth is millennials – potential first-time homebuyers who are saddled with higher-than-ever student loan debt and falling incomes, and who continue to live with their parents.
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