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Half of America’s Largest Cities are Majority-Renter | By: Nicolas Zepeda

A recent article by Bloomberg cites research provided by RedFin and the U.S. Census Bureau (and other sources) showing that in 2015, fifty-two of the nation’s 100 largest cities were majority-renter.  In fact, twenty-one of those cities shifted over to the renter-majority column since 2009 alone.  With a shortage of homes on the market it is understandable that renting is taking a greater share of the market, but is that the only dynamic at play?  Bloomberg suggests that the American Dream now increasingly involves a lease, not necessarily a mortgage.

“Most low-income families don’t rent by choice, said Nela Richardson, chief economist at Redfin.  And plenty of higher-income households rent because they can’t afford to buy.”



Click here to read the full story on Bloomberg.com.

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