Homes like this one with a reduced price stay on the market longer. Short of cash, stifled by student debt and facing long-term joblessness, many young Americans are moving back into their parents’ homes. That’s resulting in longer waits for young adults buying their first homes.
Homes like this one with a reduced price stay on the market longer. Short of cash, stifled by student debt and facing long-term joblessness, many young Americans are moving back into their parents’ homes. That’s resulting in longer waits for young adults buying their first homes. File photo The Associated Press
Homes like this one with a reduced price stay on the market longer. Short of cash, stifled by student debt and facing long-term joblessness, many young Americans are moving back into their parents’ homes. That’s resulting in longer waits for young adults buying their first homes. File photo The Associated Press

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