Homeownership Rate Expected to Keep Falling

By Emily Badger The Washington Post Washington — The homeownership rate in the U.S. has been tumbling since the height of the housing boom. Fewer people own their homes — because foreclosures claimed them, or because the housing bust taught everyone to be wary, or because the economy ensured that families who might have bought in the past can’t afford a home today. For a lot of reasons, though, this trend is not temporary. It won’t...

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