February 18, 2020

Harvard JCHS America’s Rental Housing 2020 report

Renting affords a high degree of mobility. With changes in attitudes towards home ownership coupled with high barriers to entry for new buyers, more people of all demographics are renting today. In fact, over 75% of the growth in renters from 2010-2018 was driven by higher income households. The Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies’ recent report, “America’s Rental Housing 2020” takes a look at...

April 3, 2017

Press Briefing on Household Debt

Federal Reserve Bank of New York

In April, the New York Fed hosted an economic briefing on household borrowing, student debt trends and home ownership.

December 21, 2016

Percentage of Young Americans Living With Parents at a 75-Year High

Wall Street Journal

Despite a rebounding economy and recent job growth, the largest generation of Americans are still living at home with their parents at historically high rates, a trend driven by a variety of factors.

June 22, 2016

Harvard The State of the Nation’s Housing 2016

Harvard University’s Joint Center for Housing

The State of the Nation’s Housing report covers, among other things, the state of the rental and homeownership markets, key economic and demographic trends driving housing demand, and ongoing housing affordability issues.